TELLING THE STORY OF OUR DIOCESE

Racial Trauma: a dialogue on how we can heal
Racial Trauma: a dialogue on how we can heal

Bishop Sutton and Ford Rowan gathered at the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Baltimore on Pentecost, outside and physically distanced, to dialogue about the psychological ramifications of the legacy of slavery and what we can do.

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Statement on the Killing of George Floyd
Statement on the Killing of George Floyd

And we also encourage you to ask why black and hispanic Marylanders make up more than half of all COVID-19 related deaths in the state and 3/4 of the diagnosed cases. Ask why unequal access to basic healthcare, and fresh produce and other nutritious food, ensures that black and brown Marylanders are likely to live shorter, less healthy lives, even before and after the seasons of COVID-19.

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Upholding our Community of Love
Upholding our Community of Love

I want to take this opportunity to personally thank everyone for their continued support of our diocese and the work we are called to do here. We were reminded recently of some dialogue from JRR Tolkien’s Fellowship of the Ring: “I wish it need not have happened in my time,” said Frodo. “So do I,” said Gandalf, “and so do all who live to see such times. But that is not for them to decide. All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.”

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A Timeshare in Babylon
A Timeshare in Babylon

When the system is disturbed or upset in some way, the parts of the system can reorganize onto a higher level. The new life resulting from the stress and disruption thus destroys the entropy of habit and stasis, thereby forcing a different solution.

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FROM OUR DIOCESAN CENTER

Prayer is Everywhere

Prayer is Everywhere

So I don’t know that we’re praying less as much as we’re praying differently. We are being forced to adapt and tap into our creativity. And that may help resurrect the church that Jesus really wants in this postmodern era.

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The Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and Dean Rob Boulter welcome you to join us virtually for Holy Week and Easter worship.

Palm Sunday Worship from the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Baltimore. The Rev. Canon Mary Sulerud, presiding

Livestreamed worship from the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Baltimore. The Rev. Adrien, Dawson, rector, All Saints’, Frederick, preaching

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