About Author: nathaniel

nathaniel
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I graduated from Colorado College in December of 2006 with a degree in the Classics. I married the beautiful Sarah Switzer (now Sarah Kidd) on New Year's Eve 2007. I spent a year as the Physics Paraprof at CC and a Tutor. Then we renounced the world and went on pilgrimage in India and Pakistan. After returning to the States, I enrolled in seminary at Nashotah House, where I have completed two years of formation for life and ministry in an insane world. While holding lightly to our plans, we are anticipating that the next stage on our journey will be more schooling. I'm looking toward the study of Patristics and/or Liturgics. I have some concerns about being abducted into the academic stratosphere, but hope that these may be mitigated by consciously maintaining our connection to the life, worship and ministry of the Church.

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  • Tweet Last night a handful of us descended from the House for an experiment in Street Liturgy, somewhere in Downtown Milwaukee.  Five of us, decked in our customary cassocks, piled […]

    Street Liturgy

    Tweet Last night a handful of us descended from the House for an experiment in Street Liturgy, somewhere in Downtown Milwaukee.  Five of us, decked in our customary cassocks, piled […]

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  • Tweet   Convocation is always a disorienting time for us lowly seminarians.  The campus suddenly becomes awash in the purple and black and green of our Trustees, who almost seem […]

    Lions and Tigers and Archbishops … oh my!

    Tweet   Convocation is always a disorienting time for us lowly seminarians.  The campus suddenly becomes awash in the purple and black and green of our Trustees, who almost seem […]

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  • Tweet As I knelt this morning, and I listened to the choir of angels and bodiless spirits, the gentle voice of November rain, and the slow, sacred melody of the […]

    This morning…

    Tweet As I knelt this morning, and I listened to the choir of angels and bodiless spirits, the gentle voice of November rain, and the slow, sacred melody of the […]

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  • Tweet While we were out on a preaching mission at UW campus on Saturday morning, we happened to displaced by an Occupy Madison demonstration.  I’ve heard some chatter about these […]

    Occupy Chaplaincy

    Tweet While we were out on a preaching mission at UW campus on Saturday morning, we happened to displaced by an Occupy Madison demonstration.  I’ve heard some chatter about these […]

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  • Tweet I’m currently reading Red Moon Rising by Pete Greig, founder of the 24-7 Prayer Movement that is ostensibly affecting a number of people in Evangelical/Charismatic circles. I find that […]

    Anglicanism and 24-7 Prayer

    Tweet I’m currently reading Red Moon Rising by Pete Greig, founder of the 24-7 Prayer Movement that is ostensibly affecting a number of people in Evangelical/Charismatic circles. I find that […]

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