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Unfinished Symphony

Movement I
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Whose the dumbest duckling of them all?
Mother’s little helper and confident
She threw the nail polish against the wall… 826 more words

Poetry

A Liberating Collar


I have heard it say the bit of white plastic inserted into a clerical shirt is reminiscent of a slaves collar! Others say it originated from a need to differentiate the ordained from the laity and began its life as a humble cravat. 463 more words

Methodism

Life IS Beautiful!

School work…I hate being forced to read what my professor wants me to. I’d rather pick my own titles; and my list is long. However, somewhere in the middle of it, I always find personal and intellectual growth. 320 more words

Life

On the road to priesthood - two new deacons for Groningen-Leeuwarden

On Saturday Bishop Gerard de Korte ordained two men as transitional deacons in the church of St. Boniface in Leeuwarden, the usual location for deacons to be ordained in the Diocese of Groningen-Leeuwarden (priests are ordained in in the cathedral of St. 216 more words

Catholic Church In The Netherlands

Happy Monday ~ September 22, 2014

Yesterday I was blessed to attend the Ordination service for a good friend and my boss…so I missed wishing you all a Happy Sunday!  It was a wonderful service and I an thankful I was able to attend! 48 more words

My Life In A Nutshell...or The Nuthouse!

Follow up from the Grilling...Tastes alright!

This follows up from my previous post A Little Light Grilling. It turns out the fluff was considerably less fluffy than I thought…scary.

I went to see the DDO to follow up from my interview and he showed me the report. 353 more words

Discernment

Camino Day 27, The Feast of St. Matthew. Ribadiso de Baixo

Day 27. Sunday, September 21, 2014. The Feast of St. Matthew. Ribadiso de Baixo.
41K to Santiago.

We left a little later than usual, it being the sabbath and all, and joined the throng of pilgrims starting on the Way. 266 more words

Camino