Archive for December, 2022

Remembering Sandy Hook

I sit with more than a little heartsick disillusionment as I ponder this 10th anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting. Many people thought a trauma of this scale would necessarily force us to think differently. And of course it did, in some places, for some people. But over 90 children have died in […]

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  December 13, 2022   No comments

Sacred Ground – Bethany Gugliemino

I started attending St. Paul’s in May of this year, when the first Sacred Ground circles were forming. Imention this timing because it was also my first time coming back to church in almost a decade, and I had a lot of questions. One question in particular gnawed at me – what does it mean […]

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  December 5, 2022   No comments