Technically, I am not revisiting one of my old posts from this blog. However, I was blessed to write a guest blog post for WINE (Women in the New Evangelization.) I was participating in an online book club, discussing “A Walk in Her Sandals.” The book is a work of historical fiction, imagining what it may have been like for the women in Jesus’ time. The chapters go through the days of Holy Week, but also into Pentecost. This past Sunday, we celebrated Pentecost, so it made sense to share again. Here is my reflection on Pentecost.
As a Lay Dominican, I look for opportunities to evangelize. Sharing my faith is something that is challenging, but I look to the guidance of the Holy Spirit to help me. Veni Sancte Spiritus!
I still drink lots of tea, and today I was thinking about the abundance of drinking water in my community. So, I have decided to share this post with #WorthRevist linkup, found at Reconciled to You and Theology is a Verb. (It’s been a while!) Be sure to check out the other posts listed there.
Valentine’s Day fell on Thursday last week. Bruce and I originally talked about going out to lunch, since he is still working second shift. Alas, he had overtime, which meant he worked 11 am to 11 pm. No romantic lunch or dinner. Good thing we don’t need the fancy candles and music! But there were
Last year was tough for me. Health wise, I struggled quite a bit. The physical pain, unfortunately, impacted my emotional health and stamina. I could barely motivate myself to get things done. And so, in this New Year, I am trying to find that motivation, that zeal for creativity again. Many people pray for a
It has been months since I have participated in the #WorthRevisit link up, but it’s a new (Church) year! Great time to share an old post. This is from last year’s First Sunday of Advent. I actually shared this at my Lay Dominican group since it was my month to preach. You can find more posts
It’s November 1st…Happy All Saints Day! I love this Solemnity and the time to recall all the wonderful saints who have gone before us. While I think of some of my favorites – Saints Dominic & Catherine of Siena, Saint Maximilian Kolbe, our Blessed Mother Mary – I also think of the countless saints whose
This past Sunday, our parish held its annual Parish Picnic at a beautiful county park. We celebrated Mass under the trees with a soft late summer breeze rustling through the trees (and knocking down plenty of acorns!) Every family brings a dish to pass, and a crew of men spent all night Saturday with grills
************This is the reflection I shared this weekend with my Lay Dominican group, the Mary Magdalene Chapter, which meets at St Thomas Aquinas Church on the campus of Purdue University.************** When I realized that my assigned month for doing the reflection would fall on the weekend of Corpus Christi I was so excited. I thought
It’s late on Ash Wednesday. My mind is racing far too much for this time of night, but that’s not unusual. I have always been a night owl. Before I sit down for Night Prayer (Compline) I decided I needed to write just a bit. I have quite the Lenten to-do list this year, so
I’m doing something a bit different today, and as the hashtag indicates, I hope to continue this on a regular basis. I’ll share one of my favorite things, and see where my thoughts wander. These probably won’t be very serious thoughts, but that can be a good thing! Earlier this month, I discovered that January