Posts Tagged With: King’s House Retreat Center

Today’s find: Visio Divina

Gerri and I had a rather unique perspective on what was designed as a visual meditation during our New Year’s Eve retreat at King’s House.

We’d agreed to be “Readers” for the late-evening prayer service – and as such, our behind-the-ambo position meant we saw only the backside of a soul-stirring iconostasis.

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Today’s find: Rumbustious

As Advent terminology goes, I suspect “rumbustious” wouldn’t make most people’s Top 10 list.

Heck, “rumbustious” probably doesn’t make the list any time of year, at least not for an American like me.

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Today’s find: Pandemic Icon

Here’s certainly among the most unexpected – and uplifting – blessings of our COVID-19 period: I learned a great deal about the writing (or painting) of religious icons.

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Today’s find: Double-down

A good friend gently chided us at the post-Mass coffee klatch this morning. Our offense? Not remembering to wish him well on “his” feast day, the Feast of St. James, Apostle.

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Today’s find: Nut @ 2°

One thing I noticed on New Year’s Day: When walking an outdoor labyrinth in a 2° chill, you can pretty much count on having the sacred pathway to yourself.

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Today’s find: Splash!

I stepped into an enormous puddle on the way to church early Friday morning.

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