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The Lost Nashotah House Poems (Part 3)
Posted on January 5, 2013
Tweet This is the last of a three-part series celebrating the recently rediscovered “Nashotah House Poems” by the Rev. L.V. Klose. His verse invites readers into the devotional life of...
The Nicene Creed
Posted on January 1, 2013
Tweet It never gets old, even though we recite it at all major liturgies here at Nashotah House—that and the Apostle’s Creed during the offices. Before seminarians can enroll in...
The Lost Nashotah House Poems (Part 2)
Posted on December 22, 2012
Tweet Snow clings to the low-hung branches that crowd the wooded campus. It’s sunny this Saturday morning, and a few families and students trekked it through the snow to morning...
The Lost Nashotah House Poems!
Posted on December 20, 2012
Tweet My good friend Nathaniel Kidd, a son of the House with a rich, fuzzy beard and a pounding heart for God, was quarrying the archives of the stone Nashotah...
A Fleeting Season
Posted on October 16, 2012
Tweet Watching my sons’ as they enjoy the snap of autumn, reminds us that most of their lives will be raucous. Their childhoods have been saturated in life. They will...
Cassock is the New White
Posted on August 28, 2012
Tweet Remember when traveling by air used to be as exciting as it was ceremonial? Most of us at Nashotah House don’t either, but there was a time when you...
Summer at Nashotah House: The Definitive Seminarian To-Do List
Posted on August 15, 2012
Tweet Months out, it always seems like an easy task to “study biblical Greek over the summer.” You know, just pack your flashcards every time you go out, grab some...
As we come to the setting of the sun
Posted on July 18, 2011
Tweet Its summer time now. Many of the students have gone, whether on vacations, doing internships or having moved away after graduation. It is strange to see the campus so...
Thomas Traherne on Love for God
Posted on April 18, 2011
Tweet A student’s query took me back to one of my favorite books, CENTURIES by Thomas Traherne. This is book 1, no. 91: “O Jesu, Lord of Love and Prince...
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