Habits of Grace

Hosted ByThe Most Rev. Michael Curry

LIMITED SERIES - As we learn how to adjust our lives given the reality of the COVID-19 coronavirus and the request to do our part to slow its spread by practicing social distancing, we invite you to join Presiding Bishop Michael Curry each week to take a moment to cultivate a ‘habit of grace.’ A new meditation will be posted each Monday through May.


All Episodes

Habits of Grace: Our Time is in God’s Hands (Week of May 11)

I don’t know about you, but one of the things that has been a bit confusing during this pandemic has been sort of a discombobulation or a confusion about...

Habits of Grace: Look for the Helpers (Week of May 4)

This past week, for some reason I thought of Mr. Rogers, who once said that his mother told him when he was a little boy and he asked her...

Habits of Grace: Meeting Jesus (Week of April 28)

There’s an interesting pattern in some of the stories of the resurrection. In Luke 24, for example, some of the followers of Jesus are traveling from Jerusalem itself to...

Habits of Grace: God Hears Our Prayers (Week of April 20)

Prayer matters. It’s not magic, but it makes a difference. There’s a prayer in the prayer book that I thought you might like. It’s a prayer for in times...

Habits of Grace: All Belong in this Family of God (Week of April 13)

It looks like the storm has passed over and the sun has come out, at least for a little bit. It is the day after, if you will. Monday...

Habits of Grace: His Eye is on the Sparrow (Week of April 6)

I’ve often asked myself the question, who’s the family? Who’s the family we are asking God to behold? Is it the family of faith? Those who have been baptized...

Habits of Grace: Love God, love your neighbor, love yourself (Week of March 30)

Last week I was reading in Matthew 22 and I noticed something that I hadn’t seen before. Matthew 22 is Holy Week, it’s smack dab in the middle of...

Habits of Grace: Pandemic (Week of March 23)

Habits of Grace (Week of March 16)

A meditation from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry for the week of March 16