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The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice Series Session Five -“The Meaning of Holy Week”

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The Meaning of Holy Week

This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Re-podcast from 2012.
This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the fifth in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

This week’s session considers the history and meaning of Holy Week

The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice Series Session Four -“Why do we say the Creed”

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This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Re-podcast from 2012. Sessions three through five will be posted in the coming weeks.

WHY DO WE SAY THE CREED
Dean’s Forum – Sunday, Dec. 9 10:10 a.m.

This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the third in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

This week’s session considers the use and practice of the Nicene Creed

The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice: Session Three-The Book of Common Prayer

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This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Re-podcast from 2012. Sessions three through five will be posted in the coming weeks.

This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the second in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

This week’s session is titled “The Book of Common Prayer”.

The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice: Session Two-"The Genius of Anglicanism"

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This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Re-podcast from 2012. Sessions three through five will be posted in the coming weeks.

This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the second in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

This week’s session is titled “The Genius of Anglicanism”.

The Dean’s Forum: Episcopal Belief and Practice Series Session One

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This is a Best of The Dean’s Forum podcast. Repodcast from 2012. Sessions two thru five will be posted in the coming weeks.

This Sunday’s Dean’s Forum is the third in a year-long Episcopal Belief and Practice series. Trinity Cathedral is an Episcopal church belonging to the international Anglican Communion, the third largest Christian communion in the world. These forums will explore what it means to be Episcopalian and Anglican.

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Dean’s Forum: Water Walkers — Healing our Waters

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Sharon Day

Sunday, June 21

Sharon Day is an Ojibwe Elder and the Executive Director of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force (www.indigenouspeoplestf.org) in Minnesota. The IPTF is a “Native American provider of HIV education and direct services to the Native community in Minnesota. For over 26 years, IPTF has developed and implemented culturally appropriate programs to prevent [Read more…]

Forums on the Environment: Parker Bosley on Eating Locally

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This is a “Best Of” repodcast Parker Bosley’s Dean’s Forum appearance from 2008

Forums on the Environment: Parker Bosley on Eating Locally

Cleveland chef Parker Bosley explores the riches of our region’s farms and markets and the joys of cooking with local, seasonal ingredients.

 

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Dean’s Forum: Diocesan Camp and Retreat Ministry

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Katie Ong-Landini
Sunday, May 17
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.
Katie Ong-Landini, the project director for Camp and Retreat Ministry for the Diocese gave an update on the Planting for Tomorrow: Growing in Faith Today campaign, as well as the progress of the new camp and retreat center in Wakeman Township.

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Dean’s Forum: The Global Commons: Origins & Possibilities

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Dr. Leo Burke

Sunday, April 26
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.

The idea of the commons, or that which is needed and shared by all, has existed in a legal form since the Roman Empire and as a principle of community life in Indigenous cultures for millennia. Leo Burke joins Dean Lind for a conversation about the emerging global commons movement and how reframing the waters of the Great Lakes Basin as a commons may offer the best hope for effectively stewarding them.

Leo Burke directs the Global Commons Initiative at the Mendoza College of Business, the University of Notre Dame. The Global Commons Initiative offers education on the commons both within Mendoza and in conjunction with partners such as the United Nations.

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Dean’s Forum: The Spirituality of Rock and Roll

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The Rev. Geoff Curtiss

Sunday, April 19

Popular music is most commonly understood to be little more than an expression of the sentimentality of a particular generation. Rarely is popular music acknowledged as a means of transcendence — a means whereby humanity can transcend the particular and apprehend a sense of the oneness that is Life. Rock and Roll is the genre of popular music that has had such an effect upon our society for several generations. In fact, Rock and Roll has played a pivotal role not only in the challenging the values of our society but of speaking to the individual’s soul and sparking the desire for personal growth and self-actualization — inspiring individuals to serve the greater good. The Rev. Geoff Curtiss is the retired rector of All Saints Episcopal Church in Hoboken, N.J. He will discuss how rock and roll feeds our soul and influences how we view and engage our world.

In the words of his dear colleague and friend, Dean Lind, “Geoff is the embodiment of mission and music. Experienced as a disc jockey in the 1960s, and owning one of the most extensive music collections around, Geoff has integrated both popular and sacred music into urban Episcopal worship in profound ways for more than forty years.”

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Dean’s Forum: On Being a Water Body: Shared Destinies & Artful Means

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Kathy Skerritt

Sunday, April 12
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.

Kathy Skerritt of Bright Waters Rising joins Dean Lind. The human heart is 73% water, babies about 78%. Our blood is about 92% comprised of this increasingly globally degraded element. What does it mean to be a water-body living on a water planet? What is artful inquiry and how might it reshape how we think about water in our community? Join us for an intriguing conversation about how exploration of our deepest sense of relationship with water may reframe how we use and steward this essential element.


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Frida Berrigan: It Runs in the Family

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Author Talk & Book Signing

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
7:30 p.m.

Frida Berrigan, daughter of Liz McAlister and Phil Berrigan and author of It Runs in the Family: On Being Raised by Radicals and Growing Into Rebellious Motherhood, visits Trinity Cathedral on March 25. All are welcome to this free event.

Frida’s parents, a Roman Catholic nun and priest, founded Jonah House in 1973. The Christian-based community of peace activists still exists today. It was in this resistance community in Baltimore that Frida and her siblings were raised. She went to protests with her parents and her younger sibs, Jerry and Kate, from the time she was old enough to hold a sign or Kate!

Her father—a member of the Baltimore Four in the 1960s—was known for dramatic acts of civil disobedience such as protesting lives lost in the Vietnam War by pouring blood over draft records in the Baltimore Customs House.

Frida serves on the board of The War Resisters League, a 90-year-old pacifist organization, and helped to found Witness Against Torture, a nonviolent direct action group focused on shutting down Guantánamo and ending torture. She long served as a researcher at the New America Foundation’s Arms and Security Initiative in New York City, writing and speaking on the topic of militarism. She lived at the New York Catholic Worker before moving to New London, CT with her husband Patrick Sheehan-Gaumer. Patrick is a social worker, second-generation peace activist and father to their 7-year-old daughter Rosena Jane. Their son Seamus Philip was born in July 2012 and Frida became a stay-at-home mom. Their daughter Madeline Vida was born in February 2014. While the baby naps or plays, she writes the “Little Insurrections” blog for Waging Nonviolence, tends a few plots at the community garden and helps keep a busy household on its toes.


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The Spiritual Seeker – Seeking to Belong

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The Rev. Dr. Sam Portaro, Jr.

Sunday, March 15

The context of the 21st Century is one where few people seek to identify with any particular denomination or even faith tradition — many seekers today choose to describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious.” The challenge for the church is to engage the contemporary seeker imaginatively and faithfully. This forum will discuss the trends of spiritual exploration and what that means to the seeker and the community of faith in today’s context.

The Rev. Dr. Sam Portaro, Jr. was ordained in 1975 and served as Vicar at the Church of the Epiphany in Newton, NC, the Episcopal Chaplain to the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and the Associate Rector of Bruton Parish Church in Williamsburg, Virginian. Same retired in December 2004 after 22 years of service as the Episcopal Chaplain at the University of Chicago. He is the author of seven books and continues his ministry of writing, speaking, retreat direction, and consulting. Sam is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill and Virginia Theological Seminary. He earned his D.Min from Princeton Theological Seminary.


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Dean’s Forum: Empathy — Making Room for the Holy Spirit . . . at Work

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Jackie Acho
Sunday, Feb. 22
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.
Jackie is President of The Acho Group, a strategy and leadership consulting firm. She writes and speaks about innovation on her blog, The Currency of Empathy.

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Dean’s Forum: Cooperative Housing

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Annamarie Pluhar

Sunday, Feb. 8
Dean’s Forum: 10:10 a.m.
The time for cooperative housing has come. In a world with finite resources, sharing will have to become more the norm rather than the exception. This is also the case when it comes to housing. Sharing housing resources not only serves a practical purpose of creating affordable housing opportunities but it also serves as a means of building community. Pluhar has the experience to explore this topic and provide a practical guide to exploring the realities of shared housing.
Annamarie Pluhar became an expert on sharing housing through personal experience combined with expertise in group process and dynamics. She is the author of Sharing Housing: A Guidebook for Finding and Keeping Good Housemates. A facilitator and training professional, she has worked with clients in Fortune 100 firms as well as non-profits. Early in her career, she was a consultant with Rath & Strong Inc., on the vanguard of the Total Quality movement. She has trained hundreds of cross-functional teams in problem-solving, interpersonal relationships, and teamwork. Currently, Annamarie designs and delivers training for corporate clients and federal agencies. She is a graduate of Vassar College and holds a Masters in Divinity from the Episcopal Divinity School. Annamarie is the owner of Pluhar Consulting.

 

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