From July 27, 2020 Today’s Journal features a series of photos from Sunday at Santa Chiara.
From July 26, 2020 Waiting, waiting, waiting. Our spiritual lives are a vigil of waiting. We wait with hope for the advent of God. Yet as we wait for God, God is already here with us. And we are with God, yet not fully so, and so we wait, living with paradox and expectancy.
From July 25, 2020 Yesterday was far less dark. The Gospel reading was the familiar parable of the sower from Matthew. While few of us are farmers sowing seed, we are all gardens and we are responsible for the space around us. If the soil in our garden, the soil around our lives, is rocky, we can make it fertile…
From July 24, 2020 In the early morning hours of July 23, 2020, I was in such a dark place, I wanted to be anyplace but Haiti. I wrestled with the thought that on my upcoming trip to Florida I simply not come back. The darkness was so bad, I harbored the faint regret that I survived Covid 19.