Looks like I’ll be spending at least part of the holiday raking up leaves from my front lawn. And for that, I am grateful.
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Today’s find: Deciduous
Categories: Uncategorized Tags: Autumn, Autumn leaves, Deciduous, Leaf-Raking, Leaves, Raking, Thanksgiving
Today’s find: Prized consolation
Say what you will, but Jesus certainly had this call correct:
While some people were speaking about how the temple was adorned with costly stones and votive offerings, Jesus said, “All that you see here – the days will come when there will not be left a stone upon another stone that will not be thrown down.”
Today’s find: Matriarch
It tickled me to see how joyfully The Matriarch held court at her 92nd birthday celebration yesterday.
Categories: Uncategorized Tags: Birthday party, George Rose, Gospel of Luke, Kairos, Kairos Prison Ministry, Matriarch, Menard, Sadducees
Today’s find: Sycamore
Our encounter with Jericho earlier this year was decidedly Christ-like, I realized as I reflected on Sunday’s gospel.
Categories: Uncategorized Tags: 31st Sunday In Ordinary Time, Gospel of Luke, Holy Land Pilgrimage, Jericho, Sycamore, Zacchaeus
Today’s find: A stay against the stumbling
It had been a few (ahem!) years since I trailed along behind Trick-Or-Treaters, so I didn’t realize at first how treacherous the sidewalks in our neighborhood have become.