Monthly Archives: April 2014

God So Loved

Today’s Gospel has perhaps one of the most repeated lines from the Bible: For God so loved the World that He gave His only begotten son. The end of the reading though is less known: Whoever lives in the truth … Continue reading

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Be You

You know a robin cannot be an eagle or a sparrow or a crow. It has to be a robin and do its robin duties. Right now being a robin means being a bearer of good news. In these parts … Continue reading

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Making A Mark

Some days I see an end of a great career in sight and I wonder how yet to give back while those remaining grains of sand slip through the hour glass. Tonight I went to a board meeting for the first … Continue reading

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Nailed It!

Jesus nailed it for us. Literally. In today’s Gospel of John, we read that his disciples are locked away in the upper room for fear when Jesus shows up and shows all. He extends his nail-wounded hands and bids his friends … Continue reading

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Healing Waters

Did you ever notice that one of the disciples primary tasks was healing? Today in the Gospel Jesus commissions his followers to go out and proclaim the Gospel (not yet written) to every creature. In the First Reading, Peter and … Continue reading

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Have Breakfast

  Today in the Gospel of John, Jesus appears again to the disciples, this time when Peter is doing what he used to do before meeting Christ. Peter has returned to his “safe” life.  Little does he know that once … Continue reading

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Peace Be with You

This was the photo I used this past week to represent calm and stillness in my journal for the e-course that Brene Brown is leading. The photo whirls me back in time, to Mombasa, and “stalking” this beautiful white bird … Continue reading

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