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Wednesday of Hope – The Feast of St. Catherine of Siena

Honor the tradition but expand the understanding. That’s what religions must do right now if they hope to be helpful to humans in the years ahead. – Neale Donald Walsch, Tomorrow’s God On this Feast of Catherine, we look back on her life in… Continue Reading “Wednesday of Hope – The Feast of St. Catherine of Siena”

Today is the Feast of the Archangels

May I burst with jubilant praise to assenting angels. – Rainer Maria Rilke

Salvator Mundi: Via Crucis

Today is Palm Sunday, and our Lenten poem from Education for Justice is by Denise Levertov. Salvator Mundi: Via Crucis Maybe He looked indeed much as Rembrandt envisioned Him in those small heads that seem in fact portraits of more than a model. A… Continue Reading “Salvator Mundi: Via Crucis”

The Feast of the Guardian Angels

Tuesday, October 2nd is the Feast of the Guardian Angels. We can’t prove they are there, but I’m pretty sure that they have been around and kept me out of a scrap or two in my life. The picture below is from a fresco… Continue Reading “The Feast of the Guardian Angels”

How Will I Know the Right Time and Place?

From Saint Catherine of Siena, a Dominican Saint and Doctor of the Church To the true servant of God every place is the right place and every time is the right time. Perhaps . . . now is the time to open that door… Continue Reading “How Will I Know the Right Time and Place?”