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Rev. Mary E. Haddad

Interim Associate

American Cathedral

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American Cathedral

599 Lexington Avenue

New York, New York 10022

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Priest At Large

Canada

Canon Pastor

Grace Cathedral Corporation

Interim Rector

All Saints Church

Interim Rector

All Saints Episcopal Church

Associate Rector

St. Bartholomew’s Church

Affiliations

Steering Committee Member
Jerusalem

Web References (31 Total References)


Messiaen Centenary at Grace Cathedral - Messiaen Fantaisie

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Finally, I have copied a statement about the evening by Grace Cathedral Canon Pastor Mary Haddad.

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Mary E. Haddad, Canon Pastor, Grace Cathedral


The Christian Challenge - CHALLENGE ONLINE

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While the Archbishop of Canterbury's pleas to halt same-sex blessings were still reverberating from Lambeth, the union of two males, Lyle Shepard and Jack Lawrence Kouloheris, was blessed by Canon Mary Haddad, an Episcopal priest, at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco.


Abrahamic Family Reunion

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Although the driving goal of this conference series is to bring together Jews, Christians, and Muslims to discover their common bond in Abraham, a number of participants emphasized the need for intra-faith dialogue. The hardest work is often within each religion not across the religions. For example, Kamal Abu Shamsieh shared that getting his own Muslim brothers and sisters to make positive changes is a harder task than participating in these Esalen dialogues, where the other members are ready and willing to be tolerant and open-minded. Likewise, Nazir Khaja affirmed that while it is vital that Muslims dialogue with Jews and Christians, it will ultimately not work unless Muslim leaders turn to their own communities and encourage them to move toward more progressive values and visions. Others in the conference, such as Yahya Michot and Mary Haddad, agreed that each religion needs to embrace its own inner transformation in conjunction with outer dialogue.

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Unexpectedly laid off, Rev. Haddad subsequently worked as a publicist for the University of Windsor, owned and ran a French café, and, briefly, sold cars in Detroit. In 1992, she moved to California and joined the staff at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills.
In 1997, Rev. Haddad began studies at the GeneralTheological Seminary and, upon graduation in 2000, became Associate Rector at St. Bartholomew’s Church. Mary visited Jerusalem for a ten day seminar in 1994 and again for a conference on Christian Zionism in 2004. While at St. Bart’s, she was a Steering Committee
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           Although the driving goal of this conference series is to bring together Jews, Christians, and Muslims to discover their common bond in Abraham, a number of participants emphasized the need for intra-faith dialogue. The hardest work is often within each religion not across the religions. For example, Kamal Abu Shamsieh shared that getting his own Muslim brothers and sisters to make positive changes is a harder task than participating in these Esalen dialogues, where the other members are ready and willing to be tolerant and open-minded. Likewise, Nazir Khaja affirmed that while it is vital that Muslims dialogue with Jews and Christians, it will ultimately not work unless Muslim leaders turn to their own communities and encourage them to move toward more progressive values and visions. Others in the conference, such as Yahya Michot and Mary Haddad, agreed that each religion needs to embrace its own inner transformation in conjunction with outer dialogue.Â
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Unexpectedly laid off, Rev. Haddad subsequently worked as a publicist for the University of Windsor, owned and ran a French café, and, briefly, sold cars in Detroit. In 1992, she moved to California and joined the staff at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills.
In 1997, Rev. Haddad began studies at the GeneralTheological Seminary and, upon graduation in 2000, became Associate Rector at St. Bartholomew’s Church. Mary visited Jerusalem for a ten day seminar in 1994 and again for a conference on Christian Zionism in 2004. While at St. Bart’s, she was a Steering Committee


Dr. Frederick Longstaffe BSc '73 | Alumni Association - University of Windsor

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Sermon Archives

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As a former colleague, Mary Haddad, put it, "It's too bad that over time, following Jesus changed from being a path and a [relationship] to having to know and believe certain things about him.

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Mary Haddad, "The Church as showroom floor" (New York: St. Bartholomew's Church, April 24, 2005).
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And we as followers of Jesus and his way can be "ministers of reconciliation in a church and a world in which faithfulness and truth wear many faces," in the words of former Presiding Bishop, Frank Griswold (Haddad, Ibid.). John's gospel is primarily concerned to clarify and celebrate this core belief of Christians of Jesus Christ our center and the basis of our identity.
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Mary Haddad, "Saved every time" (New York: St. Bartholomew's Church, February 20, 2005)
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As Martha the active and Mary the contemplative were sisters, not the same as each other but nonetheless sisters; so we should not see action and contemplation as contradictory, but rather as sisters, each providing something of great value to the other - each bringing a dimension of life that honors the fullness of what it means to be alive and in right relationship with God, ourselves and others.
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Mary E. Haddad, "Lent: the new normal" (New York: St. Bartholomew's Church, sermon March 5, 2006).

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