The past two weeks my emotions have ranged from unbelief to anger to deep sadness after the inhumane murder of George Floyd. It awakened within me the need to educate myself and not remain as a bystander. It is not enough for me to say “I am not racist”. I have to stand against racismContinue reading “THIS IS NOT A TIME FOR SILENCE”
The Feast of the Ascension that we celebrated last Sunday is considered the crowning event and completion of Jesus’ earthly ministry. The disciples were instructed to wait for the promised gift of the Holy Spirit who would enable them and empower them to continue Jesus’ mission. The week leading up to Pentecost was a timeContinue reading “Ascension to Pentecost”
For those who work in ministry, it is easy (especially in a time of a global pandemic) to lose ourselves in trying to be present to those we have been called to minister to. That could be a parish, a family, a community, a person, a project, a parent…etc. We cannot lose sight of ourContinue reading “Ministering to Ourselves”
Spiritual direction is like having a great massage; a massage of your soul. It can be a little uncomfortable and at times painful, but you come out renewed, refreshed and re-energized.
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