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Lenten Study Series - Repairing the Breach
The recent economic crisis devastated many lives and revealed unsustainable patterns of consumption and self-interest. Repairing the Breach offers prayerful self-reflection on our economic life with daily meditations and videos, written and produced by the Theology Committee of The Episcopal Church's House of Bishops. This Lenten calendar can help us recover and renew our economic imagination and celebrate specific practices where the Spirit of God is moving in local congregations and communities to bring new life.
Section one consists of a foundational theological essay on "The Economic Crisis and God's Economy," an analysis of some of the sources, causes, and consequences of our current economic situation. Section two is an interactive, online, daily Lenten calendar highlighting the following themes in practical and theological perspective:
Ash Wednesday to Lent 1 - Abundance and Challenge
Lent 1 - Income Inequality and the Common Good
Lent 2 - Consumerism and Consumption
Lent 3 - Underemployment and a Living Wage
Lent 4 - Faithfulness in a Global Economy
Lent 5 - Environmental Degradation
Holy Week - Food and Shelter
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