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Friday, June 21, 2024

Liv Larson Andrews

Liv Larson Andrews believes in the sensus lusus, or playful spirit. Liturgy, worship and faithful practice are at their best when accompanied with a wink, she says.

The Sacramental Life

On the other hand, the mess is also a sign that the kitchen itself has been busy: creating desserts for a charity auction, baking supper for new friends, making daily breakfasts and lunches for children. This hospitality is holy work.

Abide with Me

I propose we let the tolerance talk subside in favor of other virtues. One such virtue or practice that comes to mind to replace tolerance is to abide.

A Port in the Storm

We huddled and gave thanks that at least some places around town had power, and also had the grace to welcome us in.

Scandalized by Francis (No, the Other One)

This Sunday is the Feast of St. Francis. Famous for preaching to the birds and blessings all living things, Francis is often celebrated in congregations with a Blessing of the Animals rite.

Charleston: One of Us, and All of Us

What happens between the time when we hold our boys tenderly in our arms, and the time they choose to take up arms for a hateful cause?

Our Disappointment with the Duggars

Our disappointment with the Duggars is grief over our own hypocrisy.

Let’s Strive to Protect this Earth we Share

Today, when our ecological situation teeters between despairing and doomed, the witness of Muir and others like him help people of faith engage public advocacy for the sake of the planet.

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