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Humility

The gospel story for today is about humility. And exercising humility means letting go of our privilege in this time and place. Privilege is a state of mind we presume to have, vis-à-vis others. The source of our privilege may … Continue reading

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Life and love? Not just here

Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has arisen! Where is Jesus now? Around 13 million visitors a year flock to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. And that number has been growing … Continue reading

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Still snowed in – Lent 5

Even though it’s now less than two weeks till Easter Sunday, our Christmas tableau is still snowed into our front yard. At least now — surprise! — we can see what’s there, what has been hidden deep under the snow … Continue reading

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Snowed in: Lent 4

The snow still covers most of the story from our awareness. Buried deep within our hearts the fullness of all that makes us who we are is waiting to emerge. On the slow and steady movement on the Lenten journey … Continue reading

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Snowed under: Lent 3

On the Lenten journey, what is just starting to emerge from deep within you? As the snow melts, do you see the Christ buried in your heart? Will you let Jesus come out?

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Jesus snowed in with us: Lent Week 2

Slowly but surely, the melt is on. And heading towards Spring, release, Resurrection and new life. The journey continues …

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With us, snowed-in

I wasn’t able to remove the Christmas manger scene from our front yard in time, before the snowstorms left everything buried. As we’ve approached Lent, the joke in our household is that Jesus, like us, is snowed-in. It likely won’t … Continue reading

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