A Christian is not distinguished by his political views, or moral decisions, or habitual conduct, or personal piety, or, least of all, by his churchly activities. A Christian is distinguished by his radical esteem for the Incarnation — to use the traditional jargon — by his reverence for the life of God in the whole of Creation, even and, in a sense, especially, Creation in the travail of sin.
The characteristic place to find a Christian is among his very enemies.
The first place to look for Christ is in Hell.”
So powerful to be witness to this celebration of 40 years of women in the priesthood in the episcopal church. #40yearsordained #episcopal #episct (at Christ Church Cathedral (Hartford, Connecticut))