Usually I imagine myself watching from afar with the other women on the day Jesus was crucified and buried. This year, I feel as if I’m in the tomb. We don’t know much about day two of that weekend — Saturday — the Gospels all seem to leap from Friday to Sunday. But we know it certainlyContinue reading “Not so Empty Tomb”
In this post for Holy Week that many will be worshipping from home, make a special place to pray.
For our Sunday musical reflection this week, I am sharing “Lord, Make us Instruments of Your Peace.” This is based on the Prayer of Saint Francis (1181-1226). As many of us in the world today are sheltering in place, our staying home is an Act of Peace. We are saving lives by staying home. YouContinue reading “Lord, Make us Instruments of Your Peace”
My current prayer board in my home office is crowded, jammed, overflowing, packed, and crammed, but it is not filled. Each week, I update the board and use it in my morning prayers. Collectively praying for those who need our prayers each day matters. And it helps me to have a visual prayer list. WhoContinue reading “A Prayer Board”