From the Rector, Third Sunday of Easter, 4/14/2024

From the Rector, Third Sunday of Easter, 4/14/2024

Reading the Cathedral, Part 8: The Sanctuary The word “sanctuary” means holy place. It is where God dwells and is therefore a place set aside for divine worship and nothing else. In the Old Testament, this took the form of the Meeting Tent and later on the Temple, where there was the sanctuary where the priests …

Read moreFrom the Rector, Third Sunday of Easter, 4/14/2024

From the Rector, Fourth Sunday of Lent, 3/10/2024

From the Rector, Fourth Sunday of Lent, 3/10/2024

Reading the Cathedral, Part 7.2: The Eschatological Windows in the Loft In the choir loft of the Cathedral, one can see a triptych of what I like to call “The Sacred Heart of Christ the King.” Whereas in the sanctuary and nave of the church Christ Jesus is seen more so in His humanity, whether in …

Read moreFrom the Rector, Fourth Sunday of Lent, 3/10/2024

From the Rector, Second Sunday of Lent, 3/3/24

From the Rector, Second Sunday of Lent, 3/3/24

Reading the Cathedral, Part 7.1: The Covenant Windows in the Sanctuary Within the sanctuary of the Cathedral, one may find four “covenant windows.” These represent the beginning of all time and history, the original covenants God made with man, as well as His saving promises which are fulfilled in Christ. To understand this first set …

Read moreFrom the Rector, Second Sunday of Lent, 3/3/24