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At one time, we all may feel invisible

Sunday, April 26, 2009

When the Rev. Prince Singh agreed to serve as bishop of Rochester\'s Episcopalians, he said he wanted to help those in the area who are invisible and overlooked - and he seemed qualified.

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Stations of the Cross walks inspire in northwest Rochester

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Devonte and a friend, Rodrigue O\'Flaherty, both students at School of the Arts in Rochester, led a crowd of about 300 people in the area near the Maplewood Library on Dewey Avenue.

 

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Walk to commemorate Jesus' crucifixion draws hundreds

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Hundreds of pilgrims walked the streets of Rochester on April 10, commemorating the last hours of Jesus Christ on Good Friday, the day he was crucified.

 

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Celebration of Resurrection is defining event for faith, history of Christianity

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

The Rev. Julie Cicora has seen the promise of Easter each time she has been with someone at the moment of death.

 

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Three words describe the Diocesan Listening process

Monday, April 6, 2009

-elightening, amazing and fun!

It is enlightening to hear about the number and variety of ministry that make up the richness of the Diocese of Rochester. From feeding the hungry to teaching the willing, and everything in-between, God truly blesses us with talent, energy and creativity. It is amazing to realize that so many want to do even more. Getting together with so many people around the diocese is lots of fun.

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Finding Hope in Hard Times: A resource for dealing with today

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Nurturing generosity and hope in the midst of fear and anxiety

'Christian hope is based on trust,' explained the Rev. Laurel Johnston, the Episcopal Church\'s Program Officer for Stewardship. 'Trust that God will continue to fulfill God\'s promise in a new way to each generation that leads to freedom, free to be the people God intended us to be.

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