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The Rev. Michael Sullivan The Rev. Michael Sullivan is rector of Holy Innocents' Episcopal Church in Atlanta, GA, and the author of two books.

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The Rev. Michael Sullivan is Rector of Holy Innocents' Episcopal Parish in Atlanta, Georgia.

A native of South Carolina, Michael holds his B.A. From Wofford College, J. D. from the University of South Carolina, and M. Div. from the University of the South (Sewanee).

He is author of two books: Windows into the Soul: Art as Spiritual Reflection (Morehouse 2006) and Windows into the Light: A Lenten Journey of Stories and Art (Church Publishing 2008). He is a featured speaker and preacher, most often addressing art and spirituality.


Latest Content by The Rev. Michael Sullivan

The Rev. Michael Sullivan

Starbucks as teacher

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

This morning began like most any other.  I was catching up on emails, preparing a sermon for one of our weekday Eucharists, and contemplating the meaning of today’s saint when an email from Starbucks caught my eye.

 

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The Emerging Reformation

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

            When I was in high school, I attended our parish youth group every week; I suppose the handwriting was already on the wall as to my future vocation.  Frisbee, scavenger hunts, and spaghetti suppers along with some Bible studies I remember to this day were the programs of our youth.  Of course, a good summer beach trip was thrown in for good measure.  Youth from all over our town attended, upwards of 75 each week, and although we were clear about our denomination, and proud of it, the denominational mixture was as varied as a good vegetable soup.

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Other Recent Content by The Rev. Michael Sullivan

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March 01, 2012

Giving up Church for Lent

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

A reflection on priestly vocation and the call of the Body of Christ for a new day in this season of Lent.
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February 23, 2012

Yearning for Ashes

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

The imposition of ashes always takes me back to the first time I experienced the liturgy for Ash Wednesday . . . and to the mentor that taught me to survey the wondrous cross.
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December 01, 2011

A Backroad County Sign and the Baby Jesus

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

When I passed the little country church with a shocking sign, I discovered that the world was ending, but Jesus had much more to say.
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October 06, 2011

Liturgy and the Internet: Remembering Steve Jobs

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

Social Media went into overdrive upon the death of Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple. Joshua Case and Michael Sullivan explore how the virtual world is finding its voice and challenging the church for the 21st Century.  
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June 05, 2011

An Out-of-Order Lesson Calling Us to a New Day

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

The Rev. Michael Sullivan shares the point of Jesus' High Priestly prayer, which as we celebrate Easter and the Ascension comes out of order in the gospel story: That we might realize the faith Christ has in us and in our calling.
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May 12, 2011

Of the Song of Moses and Lover of Peace

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

Remembering difficult scripture is as important as remembering the beloved. Lessons learned and relearned in recent days.
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January 21, 2011

Remembering Reynolds Price

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

With the death of the noted Southern author and Duke University professor Reynolds Price, I remember the day I met him and how he changed my life. Indeed, he taught me to read.
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January 11, 2011

The Rev. Michael Sullivan: Responding to the Rhetoric

The Rev. Michael Sullivan (TEC)

In the wake of the tragedy in Tucson, an Episcopal priest challenges us with the question, how will we respond?