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The Wilderness Continues…

The Season of Lenten and our 40 days in the wilderness continues. What have you noticed about your journey thus far? As I continue to explore what others share [...]

The Spirituality of Lent

I found this picture as I was looking for images around Lent. It was part of a blog that reminded us to "Keep Love in Lent." Growing up, the focus of Lent was [...]

Blessings to you this St. Brigid’s Day

... and happy spring as well! Yes, St. Brigid's Day marks the beginning of Spring in the Celtic tradition. For further information on St. Brigid, her day, her [...]

A Prayer for Water

Each day I can take a shower, fill my water bottle, give water to my dog, make soup, see grass and plants grow, and other animals drink their fill I am [...]

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    On this day commemorating the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I'd like to share the following from the King [...]

A Solstice remembrance….

 A quote from John Davis as found in Esther de Waal's To Pause at the Threshold: "There is a place within the providence of God for the darkness, the [...]

Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon

There is an interesting lecture coming up next week sponsored by The Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon. For all details, images and more go to their website [...]

Interfaith Dialogue – You’re Invited!

The following is taken from the flier announcing a talk with Sr. Cecilia Ranger, SNJM, PhD on Tuesday November 17th in the auditorium at Mary's Woods at [...]

Beginnings….

Our school year has begun, rich and full with hope and possibilities. New and returning students are welcomed with joy. They pursue educations that will have a [...]

Do you believe? Why or Why Not?

"Some of the most reverent people I know decline to call themselves religious. For them, religion connotes belief. It means being able to say what you believe [...]