Sometimes, I feel so small. The world is big and I am tiny, a mote at the mercy of the rough winds around me. I can’t control what will happen … Continue Reading Ephemeral
My faith facilitator for this First Friday? The haunting, inescapable truth of Psalm 139, which I have come to know most intimately: LORD, you have probed me, you know me: … Continue Reading Unhidden from You
After I had chosen, intellectually, to become a Christian, but way before I had embraced Christ in my heart, a priest told me that I was a saint maker. And … Continue Reading For the Feast of All Hallows: The Saint Maker
I’m a mess. Physically speaking, I’m a twisted, deformed, atrophied mess. Looking at the severe scoliosis in my own x-ray – the Z shaped spine, near horizontal in the thorax … Continue Reading Fearfully and Wonderfully
What is left? A randomly selected quote from Proverbs inspires some random thoughts on being rich, being poor, and the blessedness of being a beggar – whether rich or poor. … Continue Reading In His Integrity – Why Not Blessed Are the Rich?
On the Feast of the Epiphany, consecrated to the Sacred Heart, I’m pondering what the word heart means. And, much to my chagrin, I see the image in the old, I ♥ … Continue Reading Epiphany of the Heart