Monthly Archives: July 2013

In-Sight: Take and Read

Have you ever checked the “I agree” box on an internet product order—and done so without actually reading the contract?  I have, and I do so because the contracts are usually long, full of legal-eze, and typed in fine print. … Continue reading

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The Holy Gospel: July 28, 2013 (Year C)

Read:  Luke 11:1-13 Meditation:  “Teach Us To Pray” We are made for prayer (imago dei), and this means prayer is natural.  But right here we have made a great mistake.  We have assumed that because prayer is natural, people automatically … Continue reading

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Gleanings: Making the Best of It

These words from Robert Fulghum’s website recently spoke to me, I believe that things work out best for the person who makes the best of the way things turn out.

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In-Sight: Glimpsing Another World

When I see dolphins or other sea mammals break the surface of the ocean, I feel I am not only observing a magnificent sight, but also experiencing a parable about the soul. For less than a second, the fish sees … Continue reading

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The Holy Gospel: July 21, 2013 (Year C)

Read:  Luke 10:38-42 Meditation:  Don’t Anticipate! When I went on my Walk to Emmaus, one of the mantras was, “don’t anticipate.”  From then until now, I realize how often this has been my problem.  I think it may have been … Continue reading

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Gleanings: Contemplation

Contemplation is about waking up. Simply defined, to be contemplative is to experience an event fully, in all its aspects. Biblically this is expressed as knowing “face to face.” What is implied in that phrase … is that we are … Continue reading

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Connections: Spirituality Shoppe

You will be blessed and helped at the Spirituality Shoppe, a multi-faceted ministry founded by Evan B. Howard…

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