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Good Word 12/17/2021

DECEMBER 17, 2021 The Fourth Sunday of Advent: Peace On this fourth and last Sunday of Advent, we light the fourth candle symbolizing peace. We are invited to embrace peace in exchange for the fear and uncertainty that has enveloped us since the COVID-19 pandemic. Let us raise our voices to proclaim the greatness of God and giving over the …

Christmas at CCC

Update as of 12/22/2022: Please review our NEW regathering guidelines. All attendees must wear masks over their nose and mouth. Seating will be limited in the church, and overflow seating will be available in the basement with a livestream. If you are in a high-risk category, or if you feel ill, or if you are not fully vaccinated, we recommend …

Diocese, Cathedral Sign Five-Year Lease to Share Office Space Downtown

Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows and Dean Gray Lesesne announced today that the Diocese of Indianapolis and Christ Church Cathedral have signed a five-year lease to share office space at 54 Monument Circle in downtown Indianapolis. The move will take place in early 2022. “We’re excited about this opportunity because it provides the chance for my staff to collaborate with the cathedral …

Good Word 12/10/2021

DECEMBER 10, 2021 What should we do? The voice that cried out in the desert, proclaimed loudly what many felt at that moment: we must change; we cannot continue like this; it is necessary to return to God. What should we do? It is the question that arises in us when we hear a radical statement and we do not know how …

Good Word 12/3/2021

DECEMBER 3, 2021 Love Language When John F. Kennedy conferred honorary American citizenship on Winston Churchill in 1963, he paid tribute to Churchill’s oratory as decisive in rallying the Allies against Hitler. “He mobilized the English language,” said Kennedy, “and sent it into battle.” A similar characterization could be made of John the Baptist and his no-nonsense message to turn …

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