Tag Archives: Humility

A Celtic Hospitality Liturgy

  I should like a great lake of finest ale, for the King of Kings I should like a table of the choicest food, for the family of heaven. Let the ale be made from the fruits of faith, and … Continue reading

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5 Overlooked Cultural Sins Threatening the Church

We are called to be in the world, but not OF the world. We American Christians are among the worst offenders.

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Exercizing our Faith

As part of my Lenten discipline, I made myself join a gym. For many years I have seen the Lenten fast, not as a “giving something up”, but as a “taking something on”. And this year, after being diagnosed with … Continue reading

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If You Want to be Subversive, Follow Jesus

Here was the truly triumphant procession and the true rejoicing of the season. Shouts of “Hosanna! Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord! greeted their passing. But this was a radical procession that really thumbed its nose … Continue reading

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God with me: Christ with me: God with me

  God with me lying down God with me rising up God with me in each ray of light Nor I a ray of joy without him. Christ with me sleeping Christ with me waking Christ with me watching Every … Continue reading

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Unified by Love Not Doctrine

It is no wonder Christ emphasized the need for love not doctrine to hold the body of Christ together. He knew that we were not all meant to think alike or look alike. A variety of doctrines are not only acceptable to … 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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