Tag Archives: love

Holy Thursday: L.O.V.E. Muscles in Training

Holy Thursday takes us to the Upper Room where the first thing Jesus did was wash the feet of the disciples, humbly like a servant. Across the world this evening thousands of lay people will have their feet washed by the … Continue reading

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Passion Sunday: The Cross & Unforgiving Ire

Sometimes I wonder how God puts up with us broken clay pots. We get so worked up over niddly, piddly things (‘he said, she said’ and ‘he did this, she did that’) when Jesus asks us to forgive others and … Continue reading

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Quickie Quote: Perfection

Here’s a quickie quote to for our hearts to mind-munch today. “The Lord measures out perfection neither by the multitude nor the magnitude of our deeds, but by the manner in which we perform them.”  St. John of the Cross … Continue reading

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Going with The Flow

Here’s a pic & quickie quote for our hearts to ponder today…. Johnston Canyon @ Banff National Park, CANADA “True love is inexhaustible; the more you give, the more you have. And if you go to draw at the true … Continue reading

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Transfiguring Transformative Love

On this second Sunday of Lent our Gospel reading recounts the Transfiguration of Jesus (Mark 9:2-10) when Peter, James and John beheld the glory of the Lord. Traditionally this took place on Mount Tabor. Mount Tabor (Galilee, Israel) As Jesus … Continue reading

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Mindlessness vs. Mindfulness

Lent is here, aaaaack! As Ash Wednesday begins the 40-day Lenten journey to Easter, we forage into fasting & abstinence (all the things we mean to give up, must give up, try to give up?) But Lent is about more … Continue reading

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Extremists for Love

Today we celebrate the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., an extraordinary man who led a movement of change, who dreamed segregated Americans could become a ‘symphony of brotherhood’ working, praying & struggling together in peaceful equality. We commemorate his … Continue reading

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