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Shaking It Off

The story of the disciples being sent out two by two, without taking anything with them, is Good News! The Good News is that we don’t...

Complacency, Complicity, and the Call

Prophets feel like something set solidly in the past. They have their time period – just like horse drawn carriages or gladiators or oil...

Vision

When we are children, we imagine endless possibilities for our play. With our imagination, we can be astronauts, chefs, royalty,...

Pentecost Is Terrifying

Pentecost is terrifying. The Holy Spirit is terrifying. They are terrifying in the same way that shaking your principal’s hand or the...

How Can This Be?

Like many Catholic women, my relationship with Mary has had its ups and downs. Growing up, women are so often told to idolize Mary and...

Patroness of Parties

If there was a patron saint of partying, St. Margaret of Scotland should be it. As Queen of Scotland, she used her court and influence to...

All Saints’ Day: Befriending the Saints

Not being raised Catholic, my understanding of saints was murky at best. I knew they were people whose lives honored God, whose faith...

Diversity in the Ordinary

Today's Readings Here we are amid the fall, closing in on the cusp of the great Advent season with many of us perhaps enrolled in...

To Hear and Bear the Word

The Gospel for the vigil mass of the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary is only a few lines from Luke, chapter 11,...

Drawn by Love to Love

Looking back on my earliest school years, I recall well a few bouts of serious separation anxiety. Despite my love of learning and my...

Most Blessed Warrior, Jael

It is my greatest pleasure to introduce you to Jael, a warrior woman who killed a man with a tent peg. But first, because context is...

Rolling Down the Hill

During Holy Week 2021, I participated from a distance in my parish’s annual Stations of the Cross service. Afterwards, I found myself...

Putting in the Work

Today's Readings For a short Gospel reading, we have quite a few metaphors explaining who we are meant to be as disciples of Christ....

Extra-Ordinary Time

Ironically, it feels that it is almost always in my most ordinary moments, that I find the most extraordinary things. I want to take deep...

God of the Upside Down

Today's Readings When was the last time you looked at something upside down? If I’m being honest, for me it was probably checking the...

Fear and Light

Today's Readings “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; upon those who dwelt in the land of gloom a light has shone....

Here I am, I (sorta) come to do Your will

Today's Readings I don’t know about you friend, but I find waiting to be such a difficult task sometimes. And yet, waiting is one of the...

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