Category Archives: Spiritual Devotion/Formation

“two left feet”?

Q: what kind of title is that for a blog/journal?!? A: it conveys my acknowledgment, that in the dance and dancing of life and living — with God, with neighbor, with the larger world,… even my own soul, i am … Continue reading

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a need for change

a host of reasons surround the creation of this new blog (or the revision of my old blog)… and format… and focus:

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I Wish You a Mary Christmas!

Video I made for “Faces at the Manger” Series at Strawbridge… and, more particularly, focus a few weeks ago on Mary. Brian Bate’s song is so meaningful. Admittedly, I felt a certain pull to the Judy Garland clip at the … Continue reading

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Psalms (R & R Reflections #4)

Again, the tyranny of the urgent has displaced me from my journaling. Not lacking, though, are the ways I continue to feed off of my Summer Benedictine Experience. The Psalms, for example, continue to be a most important part and … Continue reading

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“Stop, Look, and Listen!” (R&R Reflection #3)

Among the things that came easiest to me during my “Benedictine Experience” (in spite of what a lot of folks thought when they heard about it) was taking and keeping a vow of silence.

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