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Kaleo, from the Greek for "to call, invite, summon" is about connecting authentic lives for the common good. Take a look at our video to learn more.
Traveler on the Way
Life is a journey—so they say. Sometimes we have a definite path ahead. Sometimes we feel that we are meandering all over the map. And sometimes we come to a fork in the road and have to decide. Which road is the right road for us? How do we know?
Join Martha Macgill as she wrestles with her own fork in the road—a decision about whether to leave her American homeland and go to South Africa as a young mother, wife, and Episcopal priest. Will she or won’t she say yes to South Africa? What stands in the way? What other travelers does she meet on her way? What does her choice tell her about the journey ahead? What insight does her struggling, her choices, and her life tell you about your own path and choices in life?
We grow up thinking that our lives might not be successful unless we do BIG things. We think this about making money, positions in our vocation, raising impeccable children. This kind of big thinking always permeates church life–particularly about numbers in worship and budget and… Read More >
This meditation is the homily from last Sunday’s 1662 Morning Prayer service which was part of the Mountainside Baroque Summer Music festival. The Scholars of St Cecelia sang canticles from William Bryd’s Great Service and we chanted to the tunes composed by Thomas Morley. It… Read More >
Eastertide Meditation—Dying to Self May 2018 This is my commandment that you love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15 When Christ calls a man, he bids him… Read More >
- Dec 1, 2018 11:14 am — A Trip to the Monastery--Watch for the Date! Society of St John the Evangelist, Cambridge Mass Join fellow monks in the world as we make our annual pilgrimage to the SSJE brothers at their monastery on Memorial Drive in Cambridge, Mass. Tap into their rhythm of life that can inform our lives back home.