Christian spirituality means eating together, sharing together, drinking together, talking with each other, receiving each other, experiencing God’s presence through each other, and in doing so, proclaiming the gospel as God’s alternative vision for everyone. – Elizabeth Schussler Fiorenza
In thinking of culture, it is difficult to not think of food and how it brings us together. Food is our common ground, a universal experience. – James Beard
Today’s Lenten Poem from Education for Justice is “Late Results” by Scott Cairns “We wanted to confess our sins but there were no takers.” —Milosz And the few willing to listen demanded that we confess on television. So we kept our sins to ourselves,… Continue Reading “Late Results”
When we say “Grace” before we eat our Thanksgiving feast tomorrow, let us remember the words of Rabbi Herschel: By saying grace, we release the Divine sparks in our food.