Monthly Archives: July 2015

Before Seeing the Flower

We scatter seeds and do not necessarily see the flower blossom. During the homily at the Feast of St. Ignatius today, the priest spoke of not only St. Ignatius and his life but also the life of his companion St. … Continue reading

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Walking to the Centre

Labyrinths are fascinating. I’ve grown fond of walking them. If you have never prayed or walked one, you may not understand that they are a series of twists and turns that lead close to the Centre and then far away … Continue reading

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My Gratitude

I am sort of new to this blogging concept in any structured way. I wanted to express my gratitude for those of you are liking and following my posts. I am a bit in awe of how many of you … Continue reading

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Empty Beaches

A deserted beach is a luxury at this time of year. If you wait long enough, around supper time, most folks head back to their camp or to the city. Only then can you find a quieter moment to breathe … Continue reading

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Breaking Commandments

Out of murky waters can come something beautiful. Today’s readings are harsh: As he drew near the camp, he saw the calf and the dancing. With that, Moses’ wrath flared up, so that he threw the tablets down and broke … Continue reading

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More Than Enough

In the world in which I live, I hear many people insinuate there is not enough–time, money, energy, kindness, love, and so much more. The readings today illustrate that was never God’s plan. In 2 Kings 4, Elisha tells his … Continue reading

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Angels All Around Us

Last night I went to see Les Miserables at the local outdoor theatre here. That story both breaks and warms my heart, usually leaving a puddle underneath my seat as I weep. Each time I see something new that touches … Continue reading

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