Members of the Cathedral Congregation, Cathedral clergy, and staff offer a meditation each day during Advent.
Kathy Deal: Advent can provide a space to pay attention to new life stirring within us. How might we use these weeks
William Aram Kachadorian: Apparently, sacred music was enough part of him even to make while in a war-zone.
Maggie Gunther Osborn: What am I to do during the Advent season to prepare for the Lord when I am struggling...
Steve S. Sin: In fact, God was always there showing me the way. It was just that I was not listening to Him.
Gabe Kajeckas: What bound the early Christian community together was that amazing Resurrection story
Rachel Cuba: My interior looks a lot like yours and because of that we are so similar and almost the same.
Julie Collins: God can do with us more than we can ask or imagine, “for nothing will be impossible for God.”
E. Claire Jerry: It ought to be easier for us, for me, to wait than it was for our spiritual ancestors.
Shanda Cooper: Teach me, O Lord, and I will give thanks to you and tell of all your marvelous works...
Ethan Bishop-Henchman: We have given our society the Christmas season. It is our duty to remember Advent.
Lynne Parta: We know He is alive, and among us, for we have seen Him and recognized His Truth.
Matthew J. Eldred: We must be the hands and feet of Christ to bring about that righteous Kingdom of Christ.
Xavia Arndt Sheffield: Even religious people can grow weary in their waiting. Do you get tired of waiting?
Charlotte McKnight: We can remind ourselves that Advent is about waiting patiently for a miracle to be born...
Andrew Nemo Chen: Don’t let the Christmas frenzy squeeze away the precious four weeks of Advent.
Paula B. Mays: We know the gift will be wonderful, but we wait eagerly with anticipation for the gift to be revealed.
Pamn Klinedinst: I am truly able to say that I live a life of gratitude and that has made all the difference.
Jessica Cain: But out of the darkness, Love’s light breaks through the blackest night like a star glimmering high...
Lora Bingaman: With each new day, we are given the opportunity to renew our faith in Christ and demonstrate it...
Catherine Able-Thomas: It is also a time of dread and nervous anticipation of what the coming year will bring.
Cammy Canedo: It is far easier to be discontent with what we have and where we are, than it is to be grateful.
Tommy W. Lee: Advent comes during the ending of a calendar year and the beginning of a new one—no surprising news.
The Rev. Sally Slater: Christmas also reminds us that we are called to generously and unconditionally share...
John Prochilo: And I am thankful for the reason why we gather at this time of the year, Jesus’ birth.
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