In those days Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and was baptized by John in the Jordan. And just as he was coming up out of the water, he saw the heavens torn apart and the Spirit descending like a dove on him. And a voice came from heaven, “You are my Beloved Son, with whom I…… Continue reading My Beloved
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It seems we can’t make it through a week without some new allegation or image from the past coming forth on the media to condemn some public figure. The most recent are the images of Democratic Governor Ralph Northam in blackface alongside a person dressed in KKK garb. The photo is sooooo offensive, I cannot…… Continue reading Judging Yesterday
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures, Beside still waters he leads me. If I were a sheep, the opening words to this hymn of praise written by a shepherd boy named David over 3,000 years ago would be describing heaven to me. A…… Continue reading Psalm 23; a New Experience
“I saw God in the sky and his crown was all golden,” she began her story, “and I felt tingling in my hand.” She then lifted up her left hand and showed us the scar where her flesh had been ravished by an antibiotic-resistant bacterial infection that had landed her in the hospital. “You could…… Continue reading A Simple Faith
I am a cradle Catholic and I am currently active in a vibrant parish in Northern Kentucky. I love my church family and our pastor, but this time, that is not enough to assuage my deep sadness and pain at this newest revelation of the evil that lurks in my church. I have been praying…… Continue reading A Murder of Red Crows
I learned two new lessons in the past few weeks, both based on an encounter I had with a certain person. Lesson One: Do not assume a person believes a certain way based on a) their appearance or your impression of them b) your shared experiences or c) your feelings for them. The Encounter: I…… Continue reading The Browning of America