The Immigration of Christ – Graycie

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Last weekend I had the privilege of participating in “Called to the Wall,” the annual Lenten Via Crucis pilgrimage to the U.S. – Mexico border in support of immigrants that is co-sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, the … Continued

LA: The Wild Beast – Casey

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Los Angeles. A place full of opportunity. A place teeming with desire. A place that welcomes all. I have only lived here for a short amount of time. Seven months to be exact. When you move to a new city, … Continued

40 Days of Gratitude

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I am confident that I have spent more time on a bus this year as an Episcopal Urban Intern than ever before in my life. I’d be a liar if I said I loved it always, but I have to … Continued

Building Community with Heart – Casey

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When I think about community, what comes to mind is a common goal, or a common foundation. If this common goal/foundation is vague or even lost, the community will inevitably suffer and possibly fall apart.  This goes for all kinds … Continued

Tyler – Gems and Timetables

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With a stack of metrolink timetables at hand and a huge brace-face smile, Luis* confidently walks through the halls of his charter school. Working as an instructional aide for such a funny and caring boy with low-functioning autism has been … Continued

A Year of Service: Round 2

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Service has been in my blood my entire life, from Brownie Girl Scouts to church groups; it was always something I felt compelled to do. My parents were very passionate about “giving back” as well and instilled in me the … Continued

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