Monthly Archives: April 2014

Fractured parables — Lenten post 6

During Lent I am playing and praying the parables, twisting them inside out to learn what they are telling me … Praying the Parables, April 7, 2014 Matthew 22:11-14 — the wedding garment God, I’m in my Old Navy size … Continue reading

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Prayer for Easter from Uruguay

Juan Damian of Uruguay shares this afformation for Easter! P A S C U A e s dar “E L P A S O “… no a un costado o  para  atras sino HACIA ADELANTE del egoísmo a LA SOLIDARIDAD … Continue reading

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Turning toward Holy Week — From the Psalms to the Cloud

On Mondays I have been sharing a few prayers from our new book “From the Psalms to the Cloud — Connecting to the Digital Era” (Mankin and Tirabassi, Pilgrim Press).This reflection is from the book Lindsay Popper says, “As a … Continue reading

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Fractured Parables — Lenten Post 5

My Lenten devotion this year is to dwell with the parables …  Lent with the parables … and I have pushed and pinched and pursued and prayed them. I have turned them on their heads and on their hearts. You … Continue reading

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Good Friday Poem from South Africa

Isobel DeGruchy of South Africa has written a villanelle for Good Friday. I’m sharing it early for those who might want to include in in church worship or devotions. I Watch as Soldiers Hang my Friend up High I watch … Continue reading

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