There are actions that in their very enactment communicate more depth and meaning than the words that surround them.
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When we meet love in our lives, we are experiencing The Spirit.
As far as beginnings go, we’d have to look far and wide to find something more dramatic than the one portrayed in chapter 9 of the Acts of the Apostles: Paul knocked over and blinded on that Damascus road.
An important element in this nurturing is what could be described as a frame, the boundaries through which they have been taught to look out at the world.
An often-heard question: “Is there enough to go around?” Sometimes asked out of kindness, it can also arise out of fear.
After impressing on the disciples who he is and what he stands for, he declares, “whoever receives you receives me.”
Among the many obstacles thrown up at us in this time of Covid virus is “facial confusion,” the difficulty in reading the mood and disposition of the person talking to me from behind the mask.
When searching for a story’s heart, sometimes a seemingly insignificant detail turns out to be key.
You, me, all of us together are the Body of Christ.
Especially in these fractious times, how to move more toward unity rather than separation? How to help others to see past tightly held identity markers?
Yet while walking those somber corridors, St. Louise came to discover right there in the gloom a flickering light that held her on course.
We meet two people setting out on a journey, both with God in mind.