A Sacred Time of Sacrifice

I spent a couple of days in March baking the eucharistic bread for my seminary community. This is a wonderful ministry and I would recommend it to anyone who has the opportunity to take part. Why? Because baking bread in the context of the eucharist is a sacred time of sacrifice. Ingredients As I was…

The Dancing Girl

A lone figure in a hallway, with arms thrown towards the sky, displaying movement that speaks of a carefree spirit. It was positioned perfectly at the end of a long hallway at the entrance and exit of a hospital. I could not help but stare at this bronze beauty every day. When I came in…

Deer in the snow

Woke up this morning to a snow covered mountain with the deer foraging for their breakfast. Thank God for electricity and a warm abode. My foraging is merely in the refrigerator for the eggs and bread. Of course, the coffee is first. First week of second semester is over. The countdown towards the end begins.…

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About

Hi, I’m Tara. Previously a verger for an Episcopal church and graphic designer for a printing company along with freelance clientele. Now I am a full-time seminary student. This blog is about my journey through seminary and possibly beyond.

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