Quite a day, was today. A difficult time to be Catholic, as we face yet more truth about the pain and shame of being Catholic. I had decided it was to be a time I would not flinch from. Each morning, I would spend a short period of time keeping vigil, sitting in the chapel, being mindful of Continue reading “Community and the wicked”→
All month, I’ve been reading items, article, blogs about how Christmas marks the time that God became human. I’ve never really understood this; it always seems to me that the annunciation marks that event. The moment in history when God’s messengers conversed
Each year brings so many changes. This year has been a toughie for me in many ways, calling me to stretch beyond what I previously thought was possible. I am about to turn 49 in a few days time, so, for the past 12 months I have been daring the 48-crash to come at me. There have been some casualties, which is not always a bad thing.
Having lived within a single-church, single-tradition bubble, 2013 + 2014 have introduced me more fully to the idea of churches, as distinct from (+ as a part of) the universal church.