Reading Luke’s Transfiguration: An Icon and a Lenten Manifesto
What is it that Peter, John, and James perceive when they follow Jesus up the mountain and enter into the silence of Tabor? Not “words” as they are wont to hear them, but speech, singular and purif…
St. Luke the Stylist
Luke provides drama, humor, and poignant moments. Amid all his other achievements, he is one of the most elegant stylists in the pages of Scripture.
On Love and Lent
Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday have one primary focus in common: love that comes from God.
A Word to the Cathedral Community
Today in the life of the Cathedral we observe the commemoration of the Rev’d Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.(transferred), the preeminent figure of the twentieth century in the fight for justice and eq…
News from The Cathedral Church of St. Paul
Imagine, if you will, two different communities. In the first
every person cares only about themselves, storing up earthly treasures while others suffer. In the second, each member of the community is rich in good works, generous, and ready to share. Which community best represents the Kingdom of God? Of which community would you rather be a part
The scriptural inspiration for our stewardship efforts this year comes from St. Paul's first letter to Timothy, part of a letter from a mentor to a young Church leader, addressing the things Paul felt were important in establishing a community of faith that lived in accordance with the teachings and example or our Lord Jesus Christ. This passage,…