The Feast of the Epiphany occurs this Friday…the celebration of the arrival of the Magi at Christ’s manger.
In the clear night sky of late, a comet near Venus has been visible using binoculars, and I pulled by trusty Bushnell’s out for a view. This may metaphorically recall to us that Stars and Signs are still to be followed when they put us on the Christ trail.
May quests and wonders mark your New Year.
Word comes of the death of former parishioner Lyle Cunningham December 13th in Whitefish, Montana where he an Lonnie had retired and become active at All Saints’ Church. May he Rest in Peace and Rise in Glory.
The appointed lessons for January 8th 2017, The Feast of The Baptism of Our Lord, may be found HERE
How to Help a child fall asleep and stay asleep HERE
“A Radical Faith,” a book released this week by Eileen Markey and reviewed in the New York Times, examines the life of a faithful Christian murdered in El Salvador in 1980 (thank you Michelle Harrington!)
Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café HERE
Parishioner Janice Palapa, Gold Award Girl Scout, will carry a banner in the Rose Parade January 2nd. She is pictured here with her mother Reyna Palapa and with Pam Risinger at the Tournament of Roses Mansion on Orange Grove Boulevard. Throw roses in person, or watch for Janice on TV!
Ron Harrington’s January 1st birthday blessing and the Feast of The Holy Name