Here I Am! Contemplate Me.

Socially speaking, Jesus was low-born, conceived in the womb of an unwed woman whose people were the despised and disposable underclass of a powerful empire. This is how the God of the Christian scriptures first chose to self-identify: in solidarity with the vulnerable, obscure and lowly…

December 6: The Feast of St. Nicholas

“St. Nicholas clearly saw the link between chronic poverty and (sex)slavery, and acted selflessly to interrupt the devastating consequences of deprivation…”

Faith, Hope and Love: New Year’s Day!

“Our Lord Himself was born into a pagan world and came not to destroy or ignore its customs, but to cleanse and redeem them…”

The Feast of Saint Nicholas of Myra | Dec. 6

Poor ol’ Saint Nick (270-343 C.E.) has endured some serious revision over the centuries….

A Fitting Emblem and Sonnet for a Pilgrimage

Folks have been asking about the emblem created for my new album project…

A Fitting Emblem and Sonnet for a Pilgrimage

Folks have been asking about the emblem created for my new album project…

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….

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