Expect to see the sermons, stories, poems, essays, and occasional other words of an Episcopal priest and anti-gun violence advocate living near Lake Erie with a family made up mostly of humans and cats.

I sometimes still write with an English accent.

Any opinions and/or errors are my own and should not be seen as a reflection on anyone I know, including the good people of the Church of the Epiphany in Euclid, Ohio, whom I serve as Rector.

Coming July 2021:

To book Rosalind to speak with your congregation, Bible Study, book group, or for any other questions, contact her at AFamilyLikeMine@rosalindhughes.com

5 Responses to About

  1. Liz says:

    A rat named Rose… I like it! They say rats are intelligent and resilient (it is my Chinese sign : ) and make great pets, but how is life with three cats treating her?! We recently got a Yorkie puppy.. he isn’t much bigger than one but was bread for hunting them. We also have a fox hound mix (who has an instinct to hunt as well! Poor yorkie..) and an outdoor cat named Gypsy.. : )

  2. Liz says:

    Yes, maybe cats are more into mice 🙂 Terriers are like rats!.. in that they’re afraid of nothing and no one… if all rats are like Rose, that is… and all terriers like Milton!?

  3. pastordt says:

    Saw you at RevGal today, followed the link over and this seems to be the only way to subscribe!

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