Fwd: Greetings from Fr. Craig–Sunday, March 29, 2020

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 It&#39;s a beautiful new Sunday morning, March 29.  I hope this finds all of you doing well.  I can tell we&#39;ve been at this quarantine thing for awhile, because the first thing Charles asked when he woke up (at about Noon!) was, &quot;When can we go back to church?&quot;  Nobody knows the answer to that just yet, but I can tell you I&#39;m wondering the same thing!  I miss seeing you on Sundays and so look forward to our being able to be together again.
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 Jennifer and I went to the church this morning to pray Morning Prayer together, and we held all of you in our hearts and thoughts as we prayed the &quot;daily office&quot; together.  We prayed for our church and school families and for those most vulnerable in our communities.  We have nurses and physicians in our congregation and school family who are on the front lines, heroically ministering to the sick.  We also have extended family of church members who have tested positive for the virus, one of whom is in the hospital.  Please continue to hold in prayer those who are suffering, and those who are working to alleviate and prevent even more suffering.  May the Lord keep his hand over them to bless, guide, guard and strengthen them.
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 Jennifer and I made another video this morning.  Several of you commented how much you enjoyed the last one.  Thank you so much for that!  For me, it feels quite odd to talk to a camera, and once you click &quot;send,&quot; you&#39;re not sure where it will land:  somebody&#39;s inbox, or spam, or trash barrel!  So, thank you so much for checking out these videos and for the positive feedback.
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 I&#39;m sending these videos out in lieu of our weekly school chapel service, and I&#39;m continuing to reflect each week on the stories in our stained glass windows.  Today&#39;s talk is on the liturgical calendar window, which has always fascinated me. It was restored to us after the fire in memory of Bill Davis