The end repeats the beginning

The liturgy is a ritual enactment of the Last Day, a corporate enactment of our collective hope. But it also mirrors the beginning of days.

Easter Communion

The poetry of Easter is so very rich — reaching out as far as we can reach in our limited vocabularies for a way to say what needs to be said.

Why so serious?

The levity of the saints is a lightness that is bright with mirth, heavy with joy, thick with intention and devotion.

Analog Christianity

Convenience is sometimes overrated. It can even obscure what is good, holy, and true.

The enemies of the Cross

How have we set ourselves up as enemies of the Cross? In what ways have we avoided the suffering which establishes community?

Too much stuff

Last year my big brother, Randy, and I met in south Louisiana for the shared task of preparing our mother’s home for sale. Mom had died early on Valentine’s Day, and we agreed to let our grief settle for a few ... Read More...