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TEST Author Kimberly Durnan Paul Lasiter The Rev. Clint Wilson Julia Powers The Rev. Paul Wheatley Rebecca Tankersley The Rt. Rev. Paul E. Lambert The Very rev. Dr. Neal Michell Daniel Allen Abigail Adam Victoria Heard Samira Izadi Page Adam Cox Dabney Dwyer Carrie Headington Jim Goodson Rene Somodevilla The Right Rev. Mark Lattime The Rev. Virginia Holleman The Rev. Mike Michie Marillyn Seeberger The Rt. Rev. George Sumner The Rev. Joe Hermerding The Rev. Dr. Peter Powell Erin Jean Warde Deacon Pam Dunbar The Rev. Hunter Ruffin Bob Corley Presiding Bishop Michael Curry Nicole Foster Kevin Dodge Episcopal News Service The Rev. J.D. Brown The Rev. George Monroe The Rev. Samira Izadi Page The Rev. Dr. Ephraim Radner Trevor Tankersley Sarah Hester The Rev. Dr. Jeremy Bergstrom The Rev. Casey Shobe The Rev. David Petrash The Rev. Canon David Petrash The Rev. J. Wesley Evans The Most Rev. Michael B. Curry Chelsea Vaughn The Rev. Canon Dr. Jordan Hylden Archdeacon Rosemary Trei The Rev. Canon Jordan Hylden Annette Jenkins
This feature story was first published in May 2014 to honor Bishop James Stanton's retirement.
Photo: Bishop Stanton, on the left, and Bishop Lambert, attend a retired clergy luncheon.
We've all been there. Maybe when you are reading the Bible, praying, or soul-searching during a time of quiet reflection. Intrusive thoughts interrupt your noble efforts and you are left thinking about the grocery list, or that the car needs gas...