Diocesan Blog Archives
Our call now is to be a people, a Church, that looks and acts like Jesus.
Whom do we not see? For whom would it be easy to walk on by, not recognize or acknowledge? Whom do we choose not to value?
He is on the list of twelve. Not much more can be said about Bartholomew.
“O higher than the cherubim, more glorious than the seraphim, lead their praises, Alleluia!” Many
Note that the event of Jesus’ transfiguration begins with him in prayer. How could it be any other way?
Ambition within a community, even a community gathered around Christ, is not unknown, but it is not Jesus’ way.
Hi, my friends in Eastern and Western Michigan, it’s Whayne Hougland here. As you know, a week ago I resigned as your Bishop. It was not a decision that was made easily or lightly, but, was done prayerfully and intentionally after a lot of discernment.
When at our best, we have been an example of liberty to many over the last 245 years. We are still working on living into what we say are our ideals as a country, calling us to be open-hearted enough to be able to hear faithful and prophetic critique when what we do as a nation is in conflict with the Gospel.