Posts Tagged With: Maranatha

Today’s (#TBT) find: Flannery

Something tells me Flannery O’Connor would have registered a complaint, had she been with us at Mass today (just as she might have a couple of years ago, when I originally floated this post).

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Today’s find: Road trip

Well, at least one-in-five of us left happy. That would be my cousin’s son, Lucas, who watched his SIU Salukis put a whuppin’ on our SLU Billikens in Carbondale the other night.

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Today’s find: Theologians

“Marana tha! Come, Lord Jesus!” we pray (in the responsorial psalm) on the final day of the liturgical year.

When I noticed this, I thought it was a misprint in the missal: Somebody, somewhere must have gotten ahead of themselves…and begun the holy season of Advent a day early.

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Today’s find: In darkness, waiting

There was a distinct ‘Advent’ feel to the Mercy Concert performed at my home parish on Friday night.

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Today’s find: Sanctuary

For the better part of 500 years, the twin arches at the entrance to the monastic city of Glendalough denoted ‘sanctuary’: Once you reached this gateway, enemies were required to cease their pursuit.

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Today’s find: Flannery

Something tells me Flannery O’Connor would have registered a complaint, had she been with us at Mass today.

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Today’s find: Peek performance

Precious little Hannah may have met her match.

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Today’s find: Waiting

The prophet Isaiah’s pretty much got it right, I figure: It must all be God’s fault.

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