Monthly Archives: March 2015

Prayer for those who have too much…

This, I will admit, is not mine; it was published in the National Catholic Reporter, November 15, 1996 and written by Sr. Joyce Rupp, author of Dear Heart, Come Home.  It is appropriate now and always, because we have so many … Continue reading

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It’s me, with a touch of bathos? Pathos?

Today I feel like the character that John Lithgow played ever so well in Third Rock from the Sun, which for years was my favorite comedy in the whole wide world! He was alternately self-satisfied and poignantly narcissistic, with a … Continue reading

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Homily for the 3rd Sunday of Lent: Upheaval and protest

Today is the third Sunday of Lent and also International Women’s Day. We see Jesus the Jewish errant sage on a rampage, throwing the moneychangers out of the temple, an angry Jesus who is acting in a very disagreeable fashion. … Continue reading

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Homily: A Time to Be Transfigured

“It’s a question of discipline,” the little prince told me later on. “When you’ve finished washing and dressing each morning, you must tend your planet.” Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, The Little Prince, 1943. Today in the Christian calendar is the Second … Continue reading

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