Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Prayer of Lent by Cesar Chavez

The following prayer comes from the Mosaic Bible whose meditations have really nourished my soul throughout Lent in past years. Show me the suffering of the most miserable So I will know my people’s plight Free me to pray for … Continue reading

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Resources for Holy Week 2014 Stations of the Cross

A collection of images and videos depicting the Stations of the Cross and relating them to the suffering and sorrow of God’s people today. These resources come from all over the world. Thanks to our friends at Godspace: Resources for … Continue reading

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A Native American Prayer for Creation

From our friends at Godspace: A Native American Prayer for Creation.

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The Greatest Martyr That Evangelicals Don’t Know: Oscar Romero

Originally posted on Dr. Jeremiah Gibbs:
On March 24, 1980 Archbishop Oscar Romero was celebrating the Mass at a hospital chapel in El Salvador when he was shot and killed. Audio recordings indicate that he was shot at the moment…

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Columba’s Prayer – Helping Me Through Lent

Sometimes in a lowly cell in the presence of my God I stand and listen. From our friends at Godspace:  Columba’s Prayer – Helping Me Through Lent.

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The Prayer of St Brendan

Today’s prayer is St Brendan the Voyager’s prayer. Reputedly he set sail in a small coracle of wood and oxhide from Ireland and ended up in Newfoundland. An amazing achievement back in the 5th century. Help me to journey beyond … Continue reading

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Book of Kells Now Free to View Online

Originally posted on The Library of Trinity College Dublin:
As part of the general celebration of St Patrick’s Day at Trinity, we would like to announce that the Book of Kells in its entirety is now viewable in the Library’s…

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