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The problem with priesthood is that there are times when the awareness of Presence that is essential to fulfilling the role of priest, is simply mysteriously missing, leaving barely a whisper or a trace.

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The problem with priesthood is that the goal is so distant and failure so near at hand.

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“What do you say?”

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Every Sunday I call people forward to communion with a short invitation.

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Complex symbols often carry more than one meaning and are frequently understood in a variety of ways even by those who utilize them within a common belief system. It is dangerous to attempt to interpret a symbol from outside the system in which it has meaning.

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The Presiding Bishop-Elect of the Episcopal Church of the United States is the presenter on Eucharist for the “New Tracts For Our Times” series being produced by The Scholar-Priest Initiative.

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“LETTING GO – HOW FAR WILL IT TAKE YOU”
CAMP COLUMBIA, Thetis Island, B.C. JULY 13-15, 2007
Cynthia Bourgeault

 Saturday July 14, 2007 7:00 p.m. Q. & A.

Perhaps the best testament to what we are teaching is one person who can interiorize spaciousness and presence, remaining centered in their own being.

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Rachel Held Evans’ new book, Searching for Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church (http://www.amazon.com/Searching-Sunday-Loving-Leaving-Finding/dp/0718022122) has apparently stirred up a minor firestorm in the evangelical circles she is viewed as having abandoned.

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In the “Parable of the Ten Bridesmaids” (Matthew 25:1-13) the marriage feast is an allegory for the kingdom of heaven. Christ is the bridegroom. There is a joining, a marriage of the opposites in one’s being.

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Cynthia Bourgeault
Conscious Love and Conscious Presence
2-23 May 2001 St. Philip Anglican Church

Love is the power that can dissolve the false self. Love is the hothouse that enables growth.

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