Notre Dame

Notre Dame

Statement of the Right Reverend Mark D.W. Edington Bishop in Charge, Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe The cathedral of Notre Dame is more than an icon of the city of Paris; it is an ancient place of worship at which Christians have gathered for nearly a...
David Killian to Receive 2019 Spirituality & Justice Award

David Killian to Receive 2019 Spirituality & Justice Award

St. John’s Bridge Priest the Rev. Dr. David Killian will receive the 2019 Spirituality and Justice Award on Sunday, April 28 during the 10:30 am Holy Eucharist at All Saints Parish, 1773 Beacon Street in Brookline. The award is given each year to a person whose deep...
About the Triduum

About the Triduum

Triduum Sacrum Triduum Sacrum—The Three Sacred Days—is the name given to the days leading up to Easter: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. The rites and ceremonies we will be observing developed over centuries with much local adaptation. Similar rites...
Refreshment/Laetare/Rose/Mothering Sunday

Refreshment/Laetare/Rose/Mothering Sunday

Laetare Sunday is a popular name for the Fourth Sunday in Lent. The name comes from the first word of the Introit or entrance antiphon of the Mass for that day: In Latin, the entrance antiphon (Isaiah 66:10-11) begins “Laetare, Jerusalem” (“Rejoice,...
2019 BCH Summer Camp Registration is Now Open

2019 BCH Summer Camp Registration is Now Open

Make it a summer you won’t forget! -2019 Summer Camp registration is now live- Through sports, water activities, dance, drama, music, challenge courses, outdoor activities and more, BCH Camp counselors work closely with campers to support their development in...
2019 Lenten Resources

2019 Lenten Resources

2019 Lenten Resources To help your congregation prepare for the Lenten journey, we encourage you to order the 2019 Lenten Meditations guide. The Lenten Meditation book is available in English and Spanish. Over the years, we have had wonderful feedback on our Lenten...