Response to Communiqué from the Primates of the Anglican Communion

“Let’s walk together” wisdom from my friend, the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota in response to the Communiqué from the Anglican bishops on January 15, 2016

Brian N. Prior

With friends at Calvary Episcopal Church in Rochester With friends at Calvary Episcopal Church in Rochester

We are blessed to live in a great neighborhood. There are lots of young families and there is an ever-increasing level of diversity. The kids literally play in the street, in everyone’s yard (including ours), and in the neighborhood park. Being regular dog walkers, it’s fun through the seasons for us to interact with the kids and families and watch them grow. There is a real sense of community.

With this being said, and consistent with my experiences with other places I have called home, there are distinct differences in what families value. Some kids roam at a pretty young age, virtually free without a parent in sight. Other children have either a much older sibling or a parent nearby at all times. Some kids ride all sorts of things with helmets and padding, while others wear none. Curfews are all over…

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Author: Daniel Rondeau

I am a husband and father and an Episcopal Priest (now retired) in the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego.

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