Grace Cathedral Blog

Doing What Must Be Done, Now When It Must Be Done

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Friday, June 19

by Dorothy Randall Tsuruta For a community perspective on the importance of Juneteenth, our Vice Dean,  the Rev. Dr. Canon Ellen Clark-King reached out to Dr. Dorothy Randall Tsuruta, Grace Cathedral congregant, Professor of African American...

Naming Our Trauma, Lifting our Voices — Please Listen

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Wednesday, June 3

Regina Walton, congregation member and convener of Grace Cathedral’s Deanery delegates, shares her perspective on the current anger, grief and protest rising across our nation. “I’m writing this with a caveat that it’s definitely incomplete...

Responding to Anti-Asian Racism and Covid-19: A Personal Reflection and Call to Action

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Thursday, May 21

By Lisa S. Wong, member of the Congregation Council and the Social Justice Committee    There’s a particular racism on the rise and each one of us has a role to play in stopping its...

Grace is Serving the Community: An Update from Dean Malcolm

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Thursday, May 7

The coronavirus has created great hardship across our community and the world, and Grace Cathedral is taking action. In this personal address from inside the cathedral, Dean Malcolm Clemens Young shares highlights of our work...

Learning in Lockdown — and Waiting to Burst Out

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Thursday, May 7

We’re delighted to share this greeting and reflection from The Very Rev. Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark Cathedral in London — part of a series that cathedral is producing about how cathedrals around the Anglican...

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