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The Spring Learning Event takes place on Saturday, March 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston.  All are welcome.

In the News
The basement of the Episcopal Parish of St. John the Evangelist in Hingham was packed Monday morning, its walls lined with 50-pound bags of rice and 20-pound boxes of raw pasta.  Hundreds of parishioners from across the South Shore donned hair nets and measured ingredients, and boxes were…
Diocesan News
The Office of the Bishop has issued the following notice:…
Diocesan News
Parish clergy, wardens, deanery representatives and Diocesan Council members have been invited to three listening sessions, an opportunity for them to give input regarding the creation of a new regional canon staffing structure for the diocese…
In the News
The Rev. Edward Cardoza — better known as “Father Ed” — may be the spiritual leader of more than 100 families who belong to St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.  But he’s also recognized as a supporter and counselor to those who work for social justice and spiritual uplift the world over…
In the News
Jay Berube looks forward to greeting his breakfast guests with a warm smile and friendly hello every day.  But that morning ritual takes on extra meaning when the city is plunged into the kind of dangerously cold weather that has gripped the region for the past week…
Diocesan News
Because of the forecasted snow storm, the diocesan and cathedral offices at 138 Tremont Street in Boston will be closed on Thursday, Jan. 4.  The offices are scheduled to re-open on Friday, Jan. 5, with some staff members working from home.
In the News
Churches are traditionally places we think of as not only being sacred, but safe. But that image was shattered after the mass shootings in South Carolina and Texas.  The threat of violence presents a unique challenge for institutions like churches. Unlike schools, hospitals and courthouses,…
Diocesan News
The Rev. Nancy E. Gossling has announced her decision to conclude her term as acting dean of the Cathedral Church of St. Paul in Boston on Jan. 6…
Reflections
My parishioner, Ed, was an electrical engineer. During World War II he worked on a highly secret project involving long-wave radio technology. Later he learned the purpose of the technology he’d helped to perfect. It was used to construct navigational beacons placed throughout the Pacific theater,…