Part of the power of praying the Daily Office lies in the fact that it follows a different lectionary. Yes, the Episcopal Church has two lectionaries, one for Sundays and feast days, and one for the Daily Office. The Daily . . .
Tonight we’ll hold the fifth and last session of our Lenten Program on Evelyn Underhill’s stages of spiritual development. You can join via Zoom using the link below. If you would like to download a copy of the chapbook in . . .
This evening we’ll continue our series on Evelyn Underhill’s stages of the mystical life by doing a deep dive into St. John of the Cross’s Dark Night of the Soul, accompanied by plenty of poems and art works to help illustrate John’s . . .
We will use Zoom to hold our regularly scheduled Lenten Program tonight. We’ve been exploring Evelyn Underhill’s stages of the Christian mystical life, using poetry and art to help our understanding. This week we’ll consider her third stage, The Illumination . . .
This Thursday evening, March 5th, we will meet from 7:00 – 8:30 PM in the chapel for the first of our Lenten Series courses focused on Evelyn Underhill’s Mysticism and her five stages of spiritual development. We’ll use poems, art, and . . .
My friend, the brilliant scholar Sarah Isles Johnston, is presenting at this symposium on March 3rd! Join in the discussion by attending with me and other St. Stephen’s parishioners. The Ohio State University Center for the Study of Religion . . .
In a previous post, I offered an explanation of Christian “Midrash,” if it’s appropriate for a non-Jewish person to even use that term. In that post, I quoted Marjorie Sandor, who described the midrashic process of exploring a text in . . .
Perpatetic Poets Sunday, February 16th 6:30pm – 9:00pm in the Chapel Featured Poet Jeremy Glazier Poems of Jeremy Glazier, head of the English Department of Ohio Dominican University, have appeared in many literary journals-including The Paris Review, Antioch . . .
Ash Wednesday, which marks the beginning of Lent, is on February 26th, and after that Adult Formation is Lent begins. Here’s what we’ll be doing: Liturgics Round Table. During the five weeks of Lent, we’ll be holding a Liturgics Round . . .
The book for March 2020 is The bad-ass librarians of Timbuktu by Joshua Hammer. We will be meeting at St. Stephen’s in Hobson Hall (Kitchen area) starting at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, March 11. This is a great month to . . .
Book Club for February 2020 Starting in 2020, Book Club meetings will be alternating between second and first Wednesdays of the month. Book Club News: The book for February will be Born A Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood by Trevor . . .
Book Club for January 2020 Starting in 2020, Book Club meetings will be alternating between second and first Wednesdays of the month. Book Club News: The January Book Club meeting (Wednesday, January 8) is a chance to suggest books for consideration for 2020. . . .