Tom Shaw–the late bishop of Massachusetts–used to work out in a storefront gym in his home in West Newbury. Some of the trainers there knew that he was connected to the church, but they didn’t know any of the specifics. He had never worn his clerical collar into the gym and apparently had not said anything about the Episcopal Church or being a bishop. Everybody just called him Tom.
|Margareta Sterian’s “Wedding in the Backyard”|
|Edward Hopper’s “Apartment Houses”|
|Grace Cossington Smith’s “Landscape at Pentecost”|