Tag Archives: #GodisLove

Abandoned

Abandoned….as I sat in the church after the altar was stripped that word echoed in my head.  The invitation from the priest had been to sit for a bit in the bareness of the sanctuary and consider how Christ felt … Continue reading

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Ash Valentine’s Day

I am not fasting from chocolate this year.  I have eaten heart-shaped cookies today.  I believe I have given up a lot these past months and know that there is more to come. I do not like this deficiency model … Continue reading

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Single Life as Vocation

When people think of vocations, they usually think of the priesthood, religious life or marriage.  Consecrated lay people may also come to mind.  The stumbling block for most people is single life without the vows. While all these others are … Continue reading

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God of All Time

I read Jesus Calling at the end of each day, unless, of course, I am exhausted and fall into bed hardly able to keep my eyes open.  A few nights ago, I read this meditation: I am the God of … Continue reading

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Broken Things

I am reading Ann Voskamp’s book, The Broken Way: a daring path into the abundant life very slowly.  I am beginning to nap more and so my reading time is less.  I think I need to do more than just … Continue reading

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Celebrating Fathers

Today, celebrated a day late because of the liturgical calendar, is the Feast of St. Joseph, the man who raised Jesus in the role of his earthly father . I could not help but send off a couple of emails … Continue reading

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Merciful to All

The Book of Wisdom is a beautiful book and the First Reading is poetic, describing how God loves all things that exist and with mercy forgives all our shortcomings.  The Creator loves all creation.We see this in the Gospel of … Continue reading

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