profile picThe Rev. Eileen O’Brien currently serves as the Episcopal Campus Missioner for Houston Canterbury.  She received her M.Div. from Virginia Theological Seminary in May 2014, with an Honors Thesis in New Testament Studies. In 2003, she received a B.A. in Spanish from Rice University in Houston, TX.

Prior to attending seminary, Eileen served as Director of Children’s and Youth Ministries at St. Alban’s in Waco, Program Manager for an AmeriCorps after-school program for at-risk children in southeast Houston, and Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston.  Most recently, Eileen served as Curate at Christ Church Cathedral, Houston, working with the Spanish-speaking community, serving as Executive Vice-Chair for the Alternative Worship Task Force, and assisting during staff transitions in Community Life and the Cathedral Urban Service Experience (CUSE) program.

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  1. I noticed that you are listed as the author for meditations in October 2017 forward day by day. I pray that you and those you minister to are safe and your needs are being met during such a difficult time. In Jesus name I pray, amen.

  2. I’ve just read your reflection, Mind the Gap, and wanted to say thanks for commenting on the lectionary’s annoying habit of protecting us from difficult sections of the Bible. I’m loving your reflections generally, but that one deserves a special hoorah!

    1. I enthusiastically second Nancy’s comment and commend you for your reflection on the “gap” in 1Corinthians.

  3. Dear Rev. Eileen, Thank you for opening yourself up to the Holy Spirit as you have guided us with your Forward Day By meditations. Your words have inspired me. God’s grace and strength be with you and the people of Houston and all places where people are recovering from the storms of life.

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