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On Holy Thursday we reflect upon Jesus washing the disciples’ feet – and how He asks us to Do The Same for those around us. This can be particularly challenging when we are placed in difficult circumstances… While a Catholic … Continue reading
As we continue through Passion Week, here are a few thoughts for our minds & hearts to munch on from the amazingly prolific (& one of my absolutely favorite spiritual writers) – the Trappist monk Thomas Merton… “The desert is the … Continue reading
Since today’s Gospel readings presented the familiar parable of the Prodigal Son, when i contemplated What To Post tonight while traipsing all about town on this absolutely gorgeous SPRING-ish day (almost here! almost here!), Rembrandt & Henri Nouwen’s book, “The … Continue reading
i am such a groupie of Henri Nouwen (click here to read why!) so this highlighted quote seemed appropriate to share as we wait (& work on our patience) during Advent.. “Patience is a hard discipline. It is not just … Continue reading
Today here’s a reflective (& thought provoking) quote from one of my favorite spiritual writers, Sister Macrina Wiederkehr… “…one of you will betray Me.” John 13:21 “…Betrayal is heart-wrenching. The very word, betrayal, suggests that there was once understanding, love … Continue reading