“God comes to us disguised as our lives,” Paula D’arcy said. Every experience of our lives, the suffering and the joy, the celebration and the lament…
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Healing begins with vulnerability, and it begins with love.
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Do I receive all my daily moments as tasks to check off, or as encounters with the presence of Love?
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In the Dream of God, as Tolkien wrote, “everything sad is going to come untrue.”
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The liturgy of these holy days leading up to Easter might just transform our ache into belief.
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The hectic pace of our culture is actually an overflow of our failure to grieve.
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Could it be that this is the way of Jesus: gratitude, contentment, grief, and action? Then doing it all over again, until all things are made new.
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How do we begin to hear the voice of God? We live into the voice of God. We practice listening, setting our attention on the love of God.
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Sometimes the thing we thought was faith was actually our act of clinging to the wrong story. This here, my grief, this is the real story. What will…
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Practicing the courage to honor the past, hope for the future, and be grateful in this present moment.
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Can we celebrate Easter and still lean into our limits?
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A poem to help you settle into this day.
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