Photo CreditWildflowers on the PPAS entry road, Kingsville, TX. Photo by Sonja Dalglish
Prince William married Catherine Middleton today. I was struck not only by the beauty and joy of the couple, but with the beautiful and wise words from the Rt Rev. Richard Chartre, Bishop of London. It was a joyful day, … Continue reading
“O God, it is your will to hold both heaven and earth in a single peace. Let the design of your great love shine on the waste of our wraths and sorrows and give peace to your Church, peace among … Continue reading
Last evening, we celebrated the death of Jesus on the cross with a Tennebrae Service. Tennebrae is Latin for shadows. We had a Christ candle and eight small candles on the communion table that was draped in black. We read … Continue reading
Today is the one year anniversary of the Oil Spill in the Gulf. MSNBC has images on their photo blog of Louisiana Island as the spill was coming in and again this month after the spill had turned the landscape … Continue reading
Days begin with empty streets that gradually are filled as people pour into the avenues greeting friends and strangers. So many people were in Jerusalem that day, the day of the palms. Many had traveled far to visit family and … Continue reading
Many of us these days have very smart phones that can not only call, but have ability to get and send email, stay in touch via Facebook, and send out profound 140 character tweets. They can have many aps (applications) … Continue reading
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