Feast of St. Patrick | March 17

The stories tell of heroic, counter-intuitive deeds and selfless love, and show us how profoundly the way of Christ has penetrated into culture like an invisible, raising yeast…

Remember Me

Certainly one of the most painful experiences of human existence is the shame of social alienation…

From Lent To Love: From Your Friendly-Neighborhood Troubadour…

Troubadour: a lyric poet sent by one (usually of the King’s court) with a message of chaste love to another…

Songs For Holy Week

4:06 AM. Since I can’t sleep anyway, I thought I’d put up a few songs you may want to ponder during Holy Week…

Lazarus Saturday: a signpost of re-creation

It is no accident that church tradition celebrates the resurrection of Lazarus on a Saturday (Sabbath), the final day of creation, making it also a foretaste or signpost of re-creation…

Late to Lent?

If you haven’t yet had a chance to check out my new e-book, “PilgrimYear: Lent”, know that there’s still plenty of Lent left to attend to….

This Is Love: A race to the bottom.

…given the cultural context of the time, and the Messianic expectations of his disciples, this was an astonishing, counter-intuitive act that would have blown the doors off all available understanding.

Gone is the Light

After all, the best chance of witnessing a resurrection is in a graveyard…

Sacred Head, Bubble Head and Wounded Body

Brief thoughts about the Easter season, a report on Steve’s repetitive stress injury and a link to our new EASTER RADIO…

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