Monthly Archives: March 2017

Full circle

Today I took a ride to Abbey of the Genesee to shop for bread and to spend time in their chapel. On my way home I drove past St. Mary Parish in Arcade, New York. St. Mary was my home … Continue reading

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Next to Trump, Irish PM Delivers Powerful Speech Praising Immigrants, US Legacy as a Refuge

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Embed from Getty Images Irish leader Enda Kenny praised the economic, social, political, and cultural¬†contributions of Irish immigrants at a St. Patrick‚Äôs Day event, while standing next to President Donald Trump today. He also pointed to…

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Peacemakers among us

Publicly resisting evil and making peace in the world are at the heart of every authentic spirituality. Unfortunately, few of us make the critical connection between the spiritual life on the one hand, and war, poverty and nuclear weapons on … Continue reading

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A blessing indeed

Original Blessing by Matthew Fox My rating: 5 of 5 stars An incredibly insightful book. This is a remarkable work and one that should leave the reader asking many questions about why the message of Jesus was hijacked by those … Continue reading

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Coming home

It’s been a great two days of retreat at Mt. Irenaeus. I needed to get some time alone with nature. I live a good life and have a lot of contentment, but there is something special about coming here to … Continue reading

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