A Reflection on Canterbury
For all of us around the world, the year 2020 has not gone in our favor at all. From the Coronavirus Pandemic, to the display of systemic racism, and the global economic downturn. As well, many of us have had to adjust the way in which we go about our daily lives as to not endanger the lives of others. For us Episcopalians, community and sharing communion with one another is one of the hallmarks that makes our church so unique. I myself have missed attending church on Sundays and getting the opportunity to interact with the same familiar faces. Not to mention taking part in celebrating the sacrifice of Christ in the form of the Holy Eucharist. Just as the Jews fled Jerusalem to escape the Babylonians, we too are in diaspora from the grips a deadly and foreign threat. However, our resilience and our sense of empathy has never been stronger during these times.
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