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The Breath of Love in Us

“As timely as a river God’s timeless life passes Into this world. It passes/ Through bodies, giving life,And past them, giving death.The secret fish leaps up Into the light and isAgain darkened. The sunComes from the dark, it lightsThe always passing river,Shines on the… Continue Reading “The Breath of Love in Us”

Let Us Not Injure Earth

“Earth which sustains humanity must not be injured. It must not be destroyed.” – Hildegard of Bingen From March 11-14, 2021, Santa Sabina Center will offer an Online Retreat with Kayleen Asbo: “Claiming our Inner Light and Truth.” To learn more and/or register for… Continue Reading “Let Us Not Injure Earth”

Mystery in the Cosmos

Occasionally – at a waterfall, on a walk, hugging someone we love- we glimpse a trace of infinity. Something inside us remembers the oneness. • Daniel C. Matt in God and the Big Bang  

Have Hope in the Possible

Jesus did not have a pessimistic view of the world. He did not propose asceticism or withdrawal, or demand an “ethic of absolutes” impossible to practice in real life. Rather, he described behavior governed by the love of God and demonstrated its possibility in… Continue Reading “Have Hope in the Possible”