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Blandy 2019 Inspires, Reunites, and Entertains

Blandy 2019 Inspires, Reunites, and Entertains

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This past November 7-9, the 52nd annual Blandy Lectures and Alumni Convocation gathered on the campus of Seminary of the Southwest. Alongside its trademark programming and lectures, Blandy presented alumni, students, faculty, and friends of the seminary the opportunity to reconnect through...

EDOT Spiritual Care Team: Deployment to Beaumont, Winnie & Fannett

EDOT Spiritual Care Team: Deployment to Beaumont, Winnie & Fannett

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The EDOT Spiritual Care Team began our work driving to Beaumont on Monday, November 11, 2019. We spent the afternoon in conversation with the Rev. Steven Balke at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Beaumont. Later in the day we drove to Ubi Caritas and conferred with their program director. We...

The Rev. Canon Lisa Hines to Receive Hal Brook Perry Award

The Rev. Canon Lisa Hines to Receive Hal Brook Perry Award

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Seminary of the Southwest recently announced that this year’s Hal Brook Perry award recipient will the Rev. Canon Lisa Hines. The Hal Brook Perry Award is conferred upon a graduate of Seminary of the Southwest who exemplifies exceptional ministry to parishes, dioceses, and/or specific...

St. Stephen’s Welcomes New International Students

St. Stephen’s Welcomes New International Students

Written by St. Stephen’s Episcopal School Staff on

St. Stephen’s Episcopal School officially kicked off the new academic year on August 21, when our new international boarding students moved onto campus. Thirty-five burgeoning Spartans participated in the school’s four-day Venture Program, which helps ensure new international boarders get...

Two Years After Harvey, Wharton County Works and Waits

Two Years After Harvey, Wharton County Works and Waits

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The story of Harvey flooding in a rural area like Wharton County doesn’t include the numbers of households impacted, and the billions of dollars of damage like in Harris County. But just 60 miles away from Houston, the people of Wharton County still share the same suffering of waiting for help...

Second Responders Bring You Home

Second Responders Bring You Home

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To all who have ears to hear, the Rev. Jim Liberatore proclaims, “Harvey recovery is not over!” Two years after Hurricane Harvey stormed into Texas, tens of thousands of families in our region have not yet found their way back home.

Our Experience in Summary: Deacons Go to the Border

Our Experience in Summary: Deacons Go to the Border

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A group of deacons and parishioners from the Diocese of Texas embarked on a learning and service pilgrimage trip in late July to San Antonio, McAllen, and Brownsville, Texas. Following a July diocesan-wide donation drive for clothing, shoes, baby formula and toiletries, we were intent on seeing...

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