In all sorts of unnoticed places, it is the church that raises the human questions. —Walter Brueggeman
Waiting with Mary: A Meditation on Luke 1:26-38,... →
Advent is a season of waiting, of being drawn into the spiritual discipline of anticipation. Our spiritual director is Mary, the mother of Jesus, the one in whom we see revealed the patience of God. Mary waits for the Messiah, and in doing so she invites us into a way of life that welcomes the gospel through a posture of waiting…
Vocatus atque non vocatus deus aderit. Bidden or unbidden God is present. —Jung
In life, we all must inevitably deal with the fact that by the very nature of our existence we are simultaneously alone and at the same time cast into the world with others. We are alone at a fundamental level in that we are born alone and ultimately die alone. Although we are able to share many things with other people, many of our private experiences will never be shared with them. At the same...
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