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The circus pulls into town this spring at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Ore., where a multimedia art show intends to reflect the spirituality of this special world.
The Crucifixion: Understanding the Death of Jesus Christ
By the Rev. Fleming Rutledge
“Crucifixion” is a work of extraordinary scholarship, honesty and deep faith. his is not a page-turner; it is the patient reader who will be rewarded with the enriching material Rutledge has corralled from the best of ancient and modern religious thought, biblical scholars, the nightly news and her many years of experience as a priest.
Episcopal artists are challenged to create God stories
Deborah Cantwell of Los Angeles, took up the challenge to build the concept of the coming exhibit, which seeks to answer the question “God, how can I share your love with this world?”
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