“Jesus does not demand great actions from us, but simply surrender and gratitude.”– St Therese of Lisieux
Every year our parish Priest, Fr. Larry Richards, reminds us we are an Easter people!
(And Hallelujah is our song!)
I love this about him.
He also reminds us that HE does not like Lent! How it’s his least favorite time of the year and that he’s never been a lenten person, “Never have been and never will be.”
I love this about Fr. Larry too and I agree we ARE an Easter people!
But I must also admit I do love lent just as much.
Continue reading “’tis this season”
“Even in the life of a Christian, faith rises and falls like the tides of an invisible sea. It’s there, even when he can’t see it or feel it if he wants it to be there. You realize, I think, that it is more valuable, more mysterious, altogether more immense than anything you can learn or decide upon. It will keep you free – not free to do anything you please, but free to be formed by something larger than your own intellect or the intellects around you.” Flannery O’Connor
Thank you for being patient with me while I drew away quietly during Holy Week. As I’ve walked out of the tomb beside Him, He is already leading me to so many beautiful affirmations of how much He loves…all of us.
Continue reading “some bunny loves us!”
Lent is 40 days.
But Easter is 50!
During these past 50 (plus) days I have taken the time to be quiet; albeit extremely busy, in an effort to be more fully present with the people, places, or circumstances I found myself to be – while keeping my eyes wide open.
Looking back, I am so grateful that I did!
Continue reading “rosy glow”