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Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 39

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The medieval scribe, by Edward Laning (1906–1981) as part of the WPA Federal Art Project (WPA-FAP). From The New York Public Library.

Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 38 September 17th

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Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 37 September 10th

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The medieval scribe, by Edward Laning (1906–1981) as part of the WPA Federal Art Project (WPA-FAP). From The New York Public Library.

Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 36

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Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 35 August 27th

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Here is the most recent Newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 31 July 30th

Our Sunday service schedule

Fr Hawtin

Services will resume at 8:00 AM, 9:15 AM and 11:00 AM and we shall be celebrating the Eucharist at all services. Sunday School will be informal.

For shut-ins and folks still in quarantine we will be continuing our video recordings of Feast Day and Sunday Eucharists. These are posted on the parish website ( . . . → Read More: Our Sunday service schedule

New County rules on COVID19

Fr Hawtin

Dr. Gregory Wm. Branch, Health Officer for Baltimore County, has promulgated the following edict: “Beginning Thursday, July 23 at 9:00 AM, Baltimore County individuals ages 2 and up are required to wear face coverings in any indoor business, service, organization or establishment that serves the general public. This includes, but is not limited to, retail . . . → Read More: New County rules on COVID19

To err is human; to forgive ought to be human too

Fr Hawtin

By human standards, scribes and Pharisees get a really bum rap in the Gospels. Whenever Jesus encounters them he either makes fun of them or he dresses them down, calling them rude names. Yet by human standards, they were quite admirable people.

They lived very active religious lives. Most of them went to church morning . . . → Read More: To err is human; to forgive ought to be human too

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The medieval scribe, by Edward Laning (1906–1981) as part of the WPA Federal Art Project (WPA-FAP). From The New York Public Library.

Here is the most recent newsletter: St Stephen’s News XXXI 30 July 23rd