Posts Tagged ‘religion’

Well, my Lenten practice was supposed to be going to mass every day. However, that hasn’t worked so well. I’ve been so sick that even if I want to get up in time, I’m too tired. Friday, I was actually up early enough, but the munchkins were over and they’re not old enough to be […]


But I think it’s important anyway. The liturgical reform that Benedict has (searching for the right word…) begun? instituted? inspired? makes me a little weary. Not because I think the grass is as green as the ordinary time vestments and we don’t need change, in fact we do. I admit that, and I have no […]


Well then.

22Jan08

I just found out that my friend Be is engaged. I’m happy for her, I really am. And I’ve got nothing to say about marrying someone who’s not Catholic. Brain is still Baptist. And we’re happy. But Be’s dad, well lets just say he’s not as supportive of marrying someone who’s not Catholic as my […]


Would you come?

30Oct07

If in my complete lack of spare time I managed to organize a dialogue between 20-30something professionals from Christianity, Islam and Judaism? There should be enough people of each faith in the area to support the idea. I’ve got no desire to convert anyone. But a true desire to learn. (and that would be the […]


In the description of my blog on the side bar, it says that I blog about religion and politics, in all their not-a-dinner-table-conversation glory (gore?).  And that’s always been what I wanted to blog about, because in the world I find myself in, lacking in knowledge of either realm means you’re pretty much not with […]


-Yitzak Rabin There is no path to peace. The path is peace. I had hoped that by the time I got to blog about the document sent to B16, he would have at least acknowledged receiving it. Personally acknowledged, not through a secretary. I have a profound respect for B16 because he is my pope. […]


“In the same way, the Spirit too comes to the aid of our weakness; for we do not know how to pray as we ought, but the Spirit itself intercedes with inexpressible groanings.” (Rom 8:26) This week was mass at St. M’s . Last week was St. B’s. I like the priest at St. M’s, […]