Our God did what every mother would shudder to do. He sent his child
directly into the heart of evil with no protection, save faith, hope,
and extravagant love. God the Father did not shelter Jesus from the
terror and loss of living in our broken, bleeding world. He chose
instead to be present with us, to enter into our pain. During Advent, as
we prepare our hearts for the arrival of the vulnerable Christ child,
our call is to likewise look pain and darkness full on.
Today is the feast of Ss. Basil the Great and Gregory Nazianzen - men both known for their wisdom. "Wisdom" can be a tricky th...
If you're a football fan, you know what an end run is. From Merriam-Webster: a football play in which the ballcarrier attempts to ru...
I saw you today as you guided your little man across that busy street. You were wearing some big man boots and watching cars and l...
Covered Wagon - artist Robert Wesley Amick I read "Pioneer Girl," the annotated autobiography of Laura Ingalls Wilder about 2...