Monthly Archives: August 2009

Some Words From Carlo Carretto

God is always coming, and we, like Adam, hear his footsteps. God is always coming because God is life, and life has the unbridled force of creation…God comes because God is light, and light may not remain hidden. God comes … Continue reading

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A Good Quote From Frederick Buechner

“There is the slow poisoning of what we call ‘the environment’ of all things, as if with that antiseptic term we can conceal from ourselves that what we are really poisoning is our home. It is no wonder that the … Continue reading

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The Way of the Cross

“Jesus’ life has a general narrative direction. We call this general direction the Way of the Cross. Jesus understood from the beginning that his was a life of sacrifice. His life flowed toward the cross at all times. He never … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Temptations and Temptations We Face…

Soon I will begin contemplating Jesus’ temptations in the wilderness and how we are similarly tempted. I know much has been written about this across the centuries, but I too would like to reflect on it as I read what … Continue reading

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Isolation, Sickness & Spiritual Health (Re-published)

“And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds. Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more … Continue reading

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