Daily Archives: 5 November 2016

Trepidation Shot Through With Hope

I am in Toronto where I am speaking at a wonderful conference called SERVIAM, focused on renewal of the sacred in the Church.
Many people have expressed to me their fears and concerns about where the world is today (many want … Continue reading

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My View For Awhile: U-Turn

I completed my two talks at the Serviam conference, giving them my ¢2 about the orientation of the soul, towards God, death and our sacred worship.
Meanwhile, I spotted a Cubs flag in the airport parking lot.

Waiting for boarding.
As I listen … Continue reading

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WDTPRS – 32nd Ordinary Sunday: As lightly burdened foot soldiers…

Let’s look at the Collect for the 32nd Ordinary Sunday, keeping in mind that we are getting close to Veterans Day (DONATE to the Archdiocese for Military Services!).
Sunday’s Collect has an antecedent in the Gelasian Sacramentary, is also used in the Extraordinary Form … Continue reading

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