Posts Tagged With: Wisdom

Today’s find: Singleton

Can a single swing of the golf club evoke a scene of biblical import? Or is it mere vanity to think so?

I’ve been pondering these questions for several days now – ever since I was the lone witness to a hole-in-one during League play.

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Today’s find: Teaching moment

I felt a little helpless, watching as the coach explained why he’d been cashiered.

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Today’s find: O Wisdom

Today, we begin the home stretch of our Advent season of anticipation…with the countdown of the ‘O Antiphons’…a thousand-year-old liturgical tradition that will continue through Christmas Eve. So perhaps a holy pause is in order, to savor the first in the series:

O Wisdom of our God Most High,
guiding creation with power and love:
come to teach us the path of knowledge!

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Today’s find: Mystery

‘For all who will meet God in the mystery of death today, we pray to the Lord.’

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Sunday Snippets

Heading into the home stretch on Lent this year… so how are those resolutions working out for you?  You might find it fruitful to spend some of your time at Rann’s place…to check out what some Catholic bloggers have had on their minds in recent weeks.

My latest posts have touched on a number of subjects — including the spiritual link between two biblical women … thoughts about how gratitude is the best attitude when there don’t seem to be enough hours in the day … a reflection on the life-giving streams into which we sometimes accidentally step … and the grace to be found in the trying circumstances that sometimes surround us. Blessings to all!



Let us pause to recall that we are in the presence of the Holy One





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