Monthly Archive: May, 2020

Fire & Fury of God’s Renewing Spirit


Pentecost Sunday We are a nation in tremendous pain. We grieve with our sisters and brothers who have long known systemic oppression and racism. We are at the same time angry, confused, disgusted,… Continue reading

Mind Your Own Beeswax


Saturday of the Seventh Week of Easter There are many memorable memes on the internet of how people fail at essential tasks. Some are quite funny. Some are sad, but still funny. Typically,… Continue reading

Mean What You Say


Friday of the Seventh Week of Easter We return to a post-resurrection story in these last two days before Pentecost. Jesus is with his apostles on the shores of the Sea of Galilee… Continue reading

A Plea for Unity


Thursday of the Seventh Week of Easter I know I went a little long today. My apologies. And I probably left more questions than I answered. So I invite us to ponder and… Continue reading

A Prayer & A Warning


Wednesday of the Seventh Week of Easter Jesus prayed that “they may be one just as we are one.” He was speaking to the Father on behalf of his disciples. Clearly Jesus would… Continue reading

Product Placement for the Gospel


Tuesday of the Seventh Week of Easter In his last supper discourse, Jesus speaks of his desire for his disciples to have a great relationship with the Father as he himself has. He… Continue reading

Welcome a New Pentecost


Feast of the Ascension of the Lord The Ascension of the Lord in the church’s calendar traditionally falls 40 days after Easter. But just as the season of Lent is 40 days long,… Continue reading

Invitation to Intimacy


Saturday of the Sixth Week of Easter Jesus gives his apostles final instructions at the last supper. He reminds them that they may ask the Father anything. Because of his intimate connection with… Continue reading

Well Beyond the Box


Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter Because we have known other times of peace and prosperity, by comparison we would naturally prefer those times to our current time of danger and uncertainty.… Continue reading

The Art of Waiting


Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter In our diocese, the Feast of the Ascension is celebrated this coming Sunday. But traditionally, today begins the countdown to Pentecost, the church’s first novena, nine… Continue reading

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