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Reflection on the Eve of Christ the King

I awoke with a chant running through my mind on this chilly autumn morning, the Saturday before Christ the King.  Prayer is embodied for me, so rehearsing the cadence of the liturgy plants those words in my soul so they … Continue reading

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Trinity Knot

Today is Trinity Sunday, possibly my favorite day (theologically speaking) of the liturgical calendar.  I have heard many jokes passed between my clergy friends about who gets stuck preaching on the day that the liturgy focuses on the seeming conundrum … Continue reading

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Stillness 6: Light and Depth

“For by the light of understanding within your light I have tasted and seen your depth, eternal Trinity, and the beauty of your creation.” ~St. Catherine of Siena

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