Monthly Archives: March 2014

Which God?

Which God do you worship? There are many. Some we do not even know we bow down to. Perhaps you do not worship any God at all, except your own power and independence. I am going on retreat for a … Continue reading

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Needing Aslan

This week continues to be exhausting as I still am sleepless as mice menances dance in my head while I lay in bed. I would like to escape to Narnia and sit with Aslan. I could rest my head upon … Continue reading

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The Hard Road

What a hard first reading today from Second Kings!  The story of Naaman the leper is fascinating. First the King of Israel throws a monkey wrench into God’s plans by rendering his garments and tearing Naaman’s hopes in the action. … Continue reading

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Living Water

Here in Canada most of us turn a tap and we have water without even thinking about it. One of the downfalls of this winter has been frozen pipes so that hundreds of home have been without water. On reserves, … Continue reading

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Home

In today’s Gospel, the story of the Prodigal Son teaches us the value of home. You can travel the world but if you cannot go home, what is the value of it? Love and mercy are the emotional ties in … Continue reading

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Colourful Coats

Joseph, beloved of his father and envy of his brothers, is a mystery to us. He is a dreamer who knows not the extent of his gift and is therefore both extolled and despised. Unless you are the favourite child in … Continue reading

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Tree Planted by Living Waters

Today’s First Reading and Psalm 1 talk about a tree that is planted by living waters that will bear fruit. Have you ever seen anything spring out of a seemingly impossible to grow place? Not only does something work its … Continue reading

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