Monthly Archives: July 2014

Sing a New Song

My husband has pointed out on more than one occasion that for somebody who says she doesn’t like to travel, and who enjoys being home more than anything, I seem to travel a lot.  I actually do really dislike traveling, … Continue reading

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Unbelievable! (Two)

Monday, I started a series on Things the Church Has Decided Not to Believe. I’m not going to recapitulate the entire introduction here; if you really want to find it, you can look up my post of July 28th. The big idea, … Continue reading

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Rolling home.

Lines composed while rolling home on Amtrak from a few days in New York and Boston and a week at our daughter’s in Maine. Just some brief reflections on a few experiences. Solemn high mass on Sunday at St. Mary … Continue reading

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Sometimes It’s The Little Things

“Little things matter,” my Mom used to say.  In the house that I was raised in things like table manners and being polite and respectful were non-negotiable expectations.  One of my mother’s other favorite sayings was, “If you don’t have … Continue reading

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Unbelievable!

Every few weeks, a scholar of religion named T.M. Luhrmann writes an op ed column in the New York Times. This week, she is examining the line between belief and unbelief, specifically, what she calls the “boggle line” between things we … Continue reading

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Only One Thing

“…you are worried and distracted by many things; there is need of only one thing.” I am a list maker, which goes against every fiber of my being.  I think of myself as able to accomplish every task that comes … Continue reading

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Ordinary Gifts

I love summer. I love the feeling of warm – yes, even humid – air on my skin. I love the sounds of summer – crickets and cicadas and all the surprising creatures in my neighborhood that call to each … Continue reading

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