Monthly Archives: October 2018

When Prayer can be Itself

When Prayer can be Itself, by Karl Rahner Prayer can be itself only when it is understood as the last moment of speech before the silence, as the act of self-disposal just before the incomprehensibility of God disposes of one, … Continue reading

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Grandparenting Matters

Grandparenting Matters I did not grow up with grandparents. We would receive Christmas gifts that would come unconnected to a voice or a face, a hug or a party. The one time I met my only surviving grandparent was when … Continue reading

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Friendship: A Million Little Things

“Friendship is being able to have the hard conversations and be willing to listen… Friendship isn’t a big thing – it’s a million little things.” “… and that’s true for a group of friends from Boston who bonded under unexpected circumstances. … Continue reading

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The ways You make us Holy

The ways You make us Holy Oh the ways You make us holy are the ways You make us humble for from the humus we have come – and to the humus we shall return while every step on this … Continue reading

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