There seems this week to be a huge dialectic between readings, particularly between the first reading and the Gospel: the prophet Isaiah in the famous “Root of Jesse” passage aligns usual enemies as peaceful friends; the wolf and the lamb, the panther and the kid, the calf and the lion. 522 more words
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Yes, last Sunday.
(I was busy last week finalizing preparations for the Men’s conference last Saturday , so I have with regret neglected last week’s post – hence this one.) 585 more words
This morning, I am in Sacramento preparing to enjoy a family Thanksgiving celebration. I’m deeply grateful for this day. I was thinking about thankfulness, and was drawn to this central word of thanksgiving in the life of Jesus (and from my journal a while back): 428 more words
How can my leadership be a fruit of following Jesus in the work I do? These words from John 17 help:
Jesus knew that the Father had put all things under his power, and that he had come from God and was returning to God; so he got up from the meal, took off his outer clothing, and wrapped a towel around his waist. 292 more words
For those that may not have guessed yet, I lean more to the traditional side of things. When it comes to liturgy I am no different. 465 more words