Christmas Eve visions

In the 12th century, a Benedictine nun had a vision of Jesus’ humanity. It couldn’t have happened on a better night.

The impossible possible

We had not one but two baptisms the other day. What absorbed me most was the way the little kids edged toward the event like wasps to a picnic.

Rape on campus

Attaining justice for victims of sexual assault cannot be a matter of belief or disbelief. They are individuals, not symbols of a cause.

A restless search for truth

Philosopher John Caputo

“Truth is in constant transit. The difference between a liberal and a conservative, I think, is the stomach you have for the journey.”

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Reflections of the Lectionary

Reflections on the Lectionary

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