It was Genevieve’s first Christmas. The part that was celebrated in Birmingham included opening gifts over at Uncle Dan and Auntie Shawn’s house. However, it seems that paper is meant to be ripped off of the gift and then tasted. Over and over again.
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- ConnectionsToday’s “aha!”comes from a January reflection from CAC …One of the most familiar of Jesus’ teachings is “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Mark 12:31, Matthew 22:39). But we almost always hear that wrong: “Love your neighbor as much as yourself.” (And of course, the next logical question then becomes, “But I have to love me first, don’t […]
- The Comma: Being and DoingI read the numbers and understand that so many of my generation, and even more of those who follow behind, no longer attend church or ascribe to a particular faith. I, myself, while still attending mass on a regular basis, find that I feel estranged in many ways from “church.” It’s not estranged from God/Jesus/Spirit, […]
- 2019 — Looking Back, Looking ForwardNote: I don’t really expect anyone to wade through this long, rambling look at events in my life. I just need to write it so as to better see where I am. My goal is to be in the present moment. But, sometimes life (and Facebook) pull up the past and tripper me to think […]
- Year of Mercy for Vincentians – Nov. 15 November 15, 2016Ask God to give us the true spirit of mercy, which is the characteristic spirit of God.
- Year of Mercy for Vincentians – Nov. 8 November 8, 2016Let’s pray to Him, but let’s do it with great confidence, and be assured that, in His great mercy, He’ll grant it to us in the end.
- Year of Mercy for Vincentians – Nov. 1 November 1, 2016In His compassion and mercy, He supplies for our defects.