Each day our desires come face to face with challenges, and the mess of feelings in the middle doesn’t make the spiritual life any easier. Yet these three things are important to pay attention to.
Rooted in practical reality, Pope Francis’ exhortation on love is one of the most beautiful gems on marriage ever written by the Church.
Our Western culture lacks something so much a part of Eastern culture: reverence and humility, displayed in the gesture of the bow.
Sometimes giving others dignity is not just about offering money or healing, but about making eye contact with them and becoming friends.
Today is a day of earthiness and remembrance. Today as Christ washes our feet we can come as we are: dirty, smelly, and calloused.
Let us not forget Christ’s real human experiences. Prepare for Holy Week by paying attention to the bodily experiences of Holy Week.
So often we are awakened to a dialogue with God in the midst of discomfort, when we feel de-centered and off balance.
Like Chip from Beauty and the Beast, we all have imperfections that are simply a part of who we are.
A meditation on the Incarnation, using Google Maps.