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“How do we put on the mind of Christ? How do we learn to respond to the world with that same wholeness and healing love? That’s what Christian orthodoxy really is all about. It’s not about right belief; it’s about right practice. The hallmark of this awareness is that it sees no separation—not between God and humans, not between humans and other humans. These are indeed Jesus’ two core teachings, underlying everything he says and does. “Love your neighbor as yourself”—as a continuation of your very own being. It’s a complete seeing that your neighbor is you.” The Rev. Cynthia Bourgeault

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia

Blessings of Easter joy to you & your family from the staff and parish family of St. Thomas’s Church.