Tag Archives: Absalom Jones

Word of The Day: Circumcised

Circumcised  Galatians 5:1-15, Feast of Absalom Jones In Paul’s day, to be circumcised was the visible sign for Jewish men of their faith; they were indelibly marked, changed as a symbol of their faith. For centuries circumcision, or not, was … Continue reading

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Whatever your life’s work is, do it well

Absalom Jones, whose feast day is celebrated today, February 13, on the Episcopal Church’s liturgical calendar, was, among many things, a dreamer of ideas and an organizer of action.  Born into slavery, he dreamt of freedom and worked to buy … Continue reading

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