Monthly Archives: September 2013

Today’s find: Rubble. Blessed rubble.

If you live long enough, chances are many of the things you hold dear will eventually crumble before your eyes. And there can be a profound blessing in that rubble.

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Today’s find: Neophytes

We marked the feast of St. Matthew on Saturday, and reportedly, that title – ‘saint’ – would have surprised most of the people from polite society who knew the man in his day.

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Today’s find: Hymns

One of the things I love about St. Paul—the writer—is that he’s not afraid to ‘borrow’ great material from other sources.

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Today’s find: Recalculating

I take a certain smug self-satisfaction in ignoring the instructions from the GPS when making my way through the neighborhood at the beginning of a trip.

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Today’s find: Abelard

One of my favorite preachers and spiritualists—Franciscan Fr. Richard Rohr—made me a offer I couldn’t refuse today: a free download of his recent webcast on ‘Yes, and…’ spirituality.

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Today’s find: In search of humility

It’s rather unseemly to write about humility, don’t you think? I mean, really: If you’re writing something you expect another person to read, you’re inevitably drawing attention to yourself, right?

Where’s the humility in that?

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