Sabbatical Almost Done….

In less that twenty-four hours from now, my hiatus from social media will be done. Lent, at least for me, comes to a close at midnight tonight. And it’s at that time that I’ll end my sabbatical and return to social media. Lots has happened since I logged on there last and it will beContinue reading “Sabbatical Almost Done….”

Daily Readings for Saturday, April 20th

24 Hours a Day Meditation for the Day There are two paths, one up and one down. We have been given free will to choose either path. We are captains of our souls to this extent only. We can choose the good or the bad. Once we have chosen the wrong path, we go downContinue reading “Daily Readings for Saturday, April 20th”

Daily Readings for Friday, April 19th…

24 Hours a Day Meditation for the Day It is a glorious way – the upward way. There are wonderful discoveries in the realm of the spirit. There are tender intimacies in the quiet times of communion with God. There is an amazing, almost incomprehensible understanding of the other person. On the upward way, youContinue reading “Daily Readings for Friday, April 19th…”

Shared Reading – “Jesus’ Death” – by Richard Rohr

Richard Rohr’s Daily Meditation From the Center for Action and Contemplation Week Sixteen Jesus’ Death Layered MeaningsThursday, April 18, 2019Holy Thursday Two theologians I deeply respect, Marcus Borg (1942-2015) and John Dominic Crossan (b. 1934), offer important historical and symbolic context for the crucifixion. The theory of “penal substitutionary atonement” only became dominant in recentContinue reading “Shared Reading – “Jesus’ Death” – by Richard Rohr”