I’m glad I passed the test, somewhere back around 2004 or so.
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Today’s find: Tested & True
Today’s find: Rite of passage
It’s a strange feeling, the first time you call your son “Father.”
Sunday (Well, Monday) Snippets
It’s been a couple of weeks since I chimed in over at the gathering of Catholic bloggers aka Sunday Snippets, A Catholic Carnival…but I figure Father’s Day would be a good time to reconnect.
I don’t have much to add regarding the question of the week regarding the tradition of Sacred Heart Enthronement — it’s never been a big part of my spirituality or practice. I DO cherish the loving heart that Christ reveals to me, however — even more, today, as I look back on a very special Father’s Day weekend, which included the ordination of our eldest son. Here’s are some highlights of that happy event:
Today’s find: Father’s Day
After nearly 33 years of fatherhood, I think I was inclined to believe my children had pretty much already done all they could do to delight their Dad. I stand corrected.
Today’s find: Winning tiles
My wife Gerri and I don’t play Scrabble together much any more.
Today’s find: Taking cover
The beatitudes are a load. And sometimes, I find that I’m inclined to take cover in their sheer expanse.
Today’s find: Joel’s Promise
I find it very interesting that it’s not only Jesus who promises to send us the Spirit.
Today’s find: Open-ended Easter
It’s almost over. Easter season, that is. Which, to my brain at least, qualifies as a bit of surprise.
Today’s find: Marching orders
There are times when it’s tough to figure out what God is telling you.