“St Eugene Speaks” is going silent until early June. [There are, however, 3115 reflections dating back to May 2010 that you can access in the “Archives” section of the home page.]

May is the end of the academic year at Oblate School of Theology, with all that this entails. It is also an opportunity for some “Sabbath activities” like a personal retreat and a breather before tackling a busy summer of Congregational publication projects in preparation for the 2026 bicentenary celebration of our approbation by the Church.


“Sabbath is not a break from work; it is a redefinition of how we work, why we work, and how we create freedom through our work.” (Dan B. Allender)

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