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Tomorrow’s Children

Today’s Lenten poem from Education for Justice is by Rubem Alves. Tomorrow’s Children What is hope? It is a presentiment that imagination is more real and reality less real than it looks. It is a hunch that the overwhelming brutality of facts that oppress… Continue Reading “Tomorrow’s Children”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection

What an auspicious theme as we begin the Season of Advent: Reflection! And what better place to reflect than in the desert? The photo above was taken while I was driving with another sister from Minnesota to California. It is from the part of… Continue Reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection”

Grace and Gratitude

– Karl Barth

Finding a Quiet Time and Place

In Wednesday’s Gospel from Luke 4 we read, At daybreak, Jesus left and went to a deserted place. We would all do well to find –┬ásome quiet time – some morning time before the day crowds around us – in some deserted place. It… Continue Reading “Finding a Quiet Time and Place”

Wise Words from Aristotle

It is no wonder that Aristotle was a source of inspiration to Saint Thomas Aquinas. This is a truth that transcends all time and all faiths. In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous. – Aristotle