Speak What We Feel, Not What We Ought To Say or Ode to St. Thomas

One day I was reading and I came across this…. John 11:1-3 A man was sick, Lazarus of Bethany, from the town of Mary and her sister Martha. This was the same Mary who massaged the Lord’s feet with aromatic oils and then wiped them with her hair. It was her brother Lazarus who was sick.... Continue Reading →

Easter Dawn

XV Easter Dawn          by Malcolm Guite He blesses every love which weeps and grieves And now he blesses hers who stood and wept And would not be consoled, or leave her love’s Last touching place, but watched as low light crept Up from the east. A sound behind her stirs A... Continue Reading →

Death on a Friday Afternoon

This is a theological meditation that years ago confirmed what I had already had to live out and wrote about earlier today.  It says it so well.....so because this is my blog, I am writing it out too 🙂 From Richard John Neuhaus' Death on a Friday Afternoon, I have said we should not rush... Continue Reading →

Walking through the Days

Coming into Easter is different than coming into Christmas. With Christmas there is anticipation of joy. Of arrival. Of a gift. I want to say that I feel the excitement of Easter Sunday’s arrival like I do Christmas—at the triumph of life over death….at God’s victory…..at the beauty of hope and newness and green life.... Continue Reading →

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