FROM MAY 2023 THANKSGIVING PAPER
Our founder, Emily Morgan, began the tradition in the 1890s of having the May IP given over to thanksgivings.
FROM APRIL 2023 INTERCESSION PAPER
For those who are fighting for a better world, for those who keep your image in their hearts and pray.
At This Time of Year
I ask myself, what is it like to be a Companion at this time of year? … Ah! Everything has gone quiet for Holy Week and Easter Day One.
Episcopalians Remember Emily Malbone Morgan on February 25th
Emily Malbone Morgan, the founder of the Companions, is celebrated February 25 in the Episcopal Church’s liturgical calendar. We received an invitation to preach at Yale Divinity School's Berkeley Center in February. The subject: why Miss Morgan has a place
Notable Companion Esther Burgess
When I ask Companions to remember Esther Burgess, the reaction is never lukewarm. Either towering admiration or bone stiffening fear are common reactions. Read on to learn more about this tenacious Companion.
GIVING THANKS IN ALL SEASONS
The Psalmist is eloquent about the goodness and beauty of creation. We are provided with the image of a joyful God tossing stars into the sky to light our way and throwing stars onto the earth and into the sea,
FROM NOVEMBER 2022 INTERCESSION PAPER
Companions receive a monthly publication, the Intercession Paper, containing our collected prayers for others and the world on the themes of our vows. We are united as we pray these prayers. These are selections from the November 2022 issue.
FROM OCTOBER 2022 INTERCESSION PAPER
In our daily encounters, help us to remember the richness of your love, as we love others. Help us to live as followers of The Way, trusting in you.
Sunflower Birthing Centers
About 80,000 Ukrainian women are expected to have children in the coming months. In the face of a cruel war, we especially care that as many mothers as possible are surrounded by nurture and love, and that the birth takes
FROM SEPTEMBER 2022 INTERCESSION PAPER
When we are bewildered in our prayer life by the enormity of the distress and suffering in the world, may we recall with thanksgiving the wise words of our dear founder, Emily Malbone Morgan, in one of her letters in