Monthly Archives: October 2020

Unsaid But Felt Words

Here’s two words you’ve never used in sentences your entire life. You’ve surely felt and experienced them but never having them leave your lips. They are St. Paul words. “Yearning and groaning.” Today it’s the tension between Caesar’s tax and … Continue reading

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Opening Three Gifts for God

“A feast of rich food and choice wines” may very well be the hopeful thoughts of those on dialysis three times a week. “On this mountain, he will destroy the veil that veils all peoples,” may very well be the … Continue reading

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God’s Vine and Us

It’s a “vineyard” weekend in the Catholic Church. It’s a striking image describing our connections and relationships with each other. Now, many of us don’t know that much about vineyards unless you live in River Hills. Isaiah tells us to … Continue reading

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