The Rev. Samuel T. Lloyd III is interviewed about the effects of not being able to enter Trinity Church since the bombing in Boston this past week. In this Boston Globe article he states: “At a time like this, people want to come together. The need to have a spiritual conversation together as a community is powerful. And right now, we at Trinity haven’t been able to do that.” Rev. Lloyd is former dean of the National Cathedral and current member of the Virginia Seminar in Lived Theology. He currently serves as priest-in-charge at Trinity Church Boston.