Monthly Archives: April 2012

One Story to Rule Them All

This Sunday’s [lectionary] Gospel reading (cf., Luke 24:36b-48) has the resurrected Christ appearing one more time to His disciples.  As he’s already done with a few travelers on the road to Emmaus, even so, here: he interprets his life and its … Continue reading

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[Quality] Free Stuff Makes Me Dance!

…and especially when its “stuff” related to an “authentic dance with God, Self, Neighbor, and World!” Astounding what’s available out there for free on the internet!   Admittedly, a lot of it is junk–including a good bit of that offered … Continue reading

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de Chardin: “Above All, Trust in the Slow Work of God”

Above all, trust in the slow work of God. We are quite naturally impatient in everything to reach the end without delay. We should like to skip the intermediate stages. We are impatient of being on the way to something … Continue reading

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Going to the Dog: Contemplating the Divine in All Things!

“Toby” is a means of grace. Arriving the week of Christmas Eve  [2006] at the age of 10 weeks, this border collie mix (so loaded with energy… and the gift of chewing!) is teaching me all sorts of things about life and … Continue reading

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Let All Things (Even Rocks?) Exalt the Lord!

“Let all creation, all works of God, bless the Lord,” the Psalms variously exhort.  Similarly, St. Francis invites earth and moon and flowers and fire (among a lot of other “things”) to join him in a song of praise to our God and King.  But, what does it mean for any “thing” … Continue reading

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