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"Hi Diana Yes, heard you were coming. Busy time for me, but will try and make the 29th at Adelaide West UC - would love to find tiime for a chat with you sometime during the day. Shalom Graham"
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"Hi Shane. Looking forward to being in your part of the world in just another week (well, sorta your part of the world...I do know that Perth is quite a ways from Sydney!). Anyway, check out the video I posted on the conversation between me and…"
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"Graham, I'll be in Adelaide in about 10 days hosted by the Uniting Church. Hope we might get a chance to meet. I think you'd like my work. Peace to you. Diana."
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Epiphany
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http://www.dianabutlerbass.com
Your Anglican 'Species'
Lay person
Your 'Day Job'
author/speaker/mom
What you do for fun and re-creation?
Recreation? When I'm home, I love riding bikes, playing minigolf, and baking cookies with my daughter, Emma. As a family, we enjoy movies and theater and yelling about politics.
What do you see as some of the biggest challenges facing Anglicans today?
Loving our Anglican neighbors as ourselves
What do you see as some of the biggest opportunities for Anglicans today?
There are so many wonderful things about being an Anglican in today's world that I can barely keep count. Perhaps the biggest opportunity we have, however, is living out our generative faith in an age crying out for, as Hildegard of Bingen would have said, the "greenness of God." We are truly the bearers of a life-giving tradition.

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Beyond Liberal and Conservative

The Alban roundtable just posted a piece on narrative leadership and hope that I wrote a couple of years ago. I thought some of you might find it helpful even now.

http://albanroundtable.org/?tag=diana-butler-bass

Posted on December 10, 2008 at 8:30am — 2 Comments

Mount Calvary, Santa Barbara, Fire Victim

Friends,



Many Episcopalians--and many others as well--have been refreshed, challenged, and spiritually deepened by the ministry of Mount Calvary monastery in Santa Barbara, California--that includes me. When I was in a significant personal crisis, the brothers "adopted" me, giving me a community at a time when I felt lost. They taught me much about what it means to be an Anglican and called me to a richer place of prayer, worship, silence, justice, and hospitality. In many ways, that… Continue

Posted on November 15, 2008 at 5:10pm — 1 Comment

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At 8:52pm on June 14, 2009, Graham Buxton said…
Hi Diana

Yes, heard you were coming. Busy time for me, but will try and make the 29th at Adelaide West UC - would love to find tiime for a chat with you sometime during the day.

Shalom

Graham
At 12:59pm on February 4, 2009, Jesus said…
Indeed, this area is spectacular. On the other hand, though, the social contrasts are huge. I still miss being in a parish, but I can see how my approach to church development is helping. By the way, do you anything about a conference, conversation or something of that sort that emergent church leaders will hold in April in Chicago? B. Mary really wants to get to know better the emergent church experience and she would like to be part of that conversation. Any idea who should I talk to about it? Your daughter looks so gorgeous.
At 7:04pm on January 31, 2009, Steve Pankey said…
Hey Diana,

good to run into you again. Things are good down here on Alabama's Gulf Coast. We've started an "emerging" community called 2021 that tries to meet the needs of our huge population of water people by meeting on docks on Saturday evenings as they come in after a day on the water. Anyway, I hope all is well for you, still in NOVA? Thanks for finding me.
At 9:37pm on November 25, 2008, Peter M. Carey said…
Thank you for your presentation at St. Stephen's - you were a hit! It was great to see you, and to hear you help to make your understanding of practices come to life for people here.

Peace and Blessings and Happy Thanksgiving!

Peter+
At 1:20pm on November 22, 2008, Peter M. Carey said…
Diana,

I hear you'll be here at St. Stephens Richmond, tomorrow! I am doing some supply work there for one of their services and hope to stop by to hear you talk...

Peace and Blessings,

Peter Carey+
petermcarey@gmail.com
At 12:55pm on November 17, 2008, Tim Baer said…
Hi, I am a junior at VTS and was wondering when the next time you would be teaching would be? I'm looking forward to taking your class.

blessings,
Tim
At 11:18pm on November 4, 2008, Jeremy Greaves said…
Hi Diana, looking forward to seeing you in Darwin in July '09.
Cheers!
Jeremy
At 8:00am on October 29, 2008, Eliacin Rosario-Cruz said…
Diana,

Thanks for reaching out. Glad to see you here.
Paz y esperanza,
Eliacín
At 10:46am on October 28, 2008, Becky Garrison said…
Glad to have you on board - love the pic with Emma.
At 8:44am on September 27, 2008, Karen Ward said…
Diana, give me a better 'label' that lay person. How about Baptized?
I'm open to any ideas you have.

Anglicans are indeed a curious tribe, as we like 'funny names' for most things.
 
 
 

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