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new page: Dylan's digest

This week's lectionary blog entry is below, but I wanted to shout out to y'all about a new page that's gone up on SarahLaughed.net: Dylan's digest. Why the digest? Because the time has come for me to admit yet another dimension on which I am a huge dork (albeit hopefully a lovable one):

I am an Anglican polity and politics wonk. I read every scrap of news I can on the subject, and I often find myself forwarding articles and URLs to friends, family, and co-workers -- good articles to get good journalistic work a little more of the attention it deserves, and flawed articles to clear up or offer comment on a point or two. And I thought: what the heck. Y'all are my friends, and co-workers, and brothers and sisters in Christ; why not share with y'all by blogging it?

So, if you're not the sort of person who reads everything that's out there, but you'd like to get the highlights of what's going on, or if you're curious about one biblioblogger's take on current Anglican events, pop by Dylan's digest (which now appears in the site navigation menu in the left-hand sidebar).

As always, thanks for reading, and commenting, and emailing. I'm energized by discussion in this little corner of cyberspace energizes me, and I hope you find it a blessing too.

August 10, 2005 in Administrivia | Permalink

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Hi Dylan. I was looking for a place to comment on a set of pictures in your sidebar album of pictures.

The one I am referring to is the National Catherdral set taken on May 5, 2005. It made me think of how diverse life is. While you were there taking pictures, I was holding my mother's hand as she prepared to die that evening out here in southern Oregon. I looked at the picture of the windows and candles and wept quietly, knowing she sees so much more beauty than we could ever imagine. At that moment too, I felt like one of the candles was lit for her, the shining light in her blue eyes that others saw too.

Thanks for the pictures, thanks for writing what you do and living with the person you love. Thanks, Dylan.

Posted by: The Rev. Catherine Windsor+ | Jul 5, 2006 4:00:07 PM

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