Today, I would like to write about something I know little of (so you say: “What else is new?”) motherhood, in particular John Lewis’s mother.
Let’s Hop on the Bus
Following sister Simone Campbell and the “Nuns on the Bus” has given me hope in our political system. I believe sister and the nuns, are our modern day Isaiah and Read More
From Rags to Riches to Rags…
Most of us like stories, especially when we are young. And we like stories that begin at ground O and ascend on up toward 100. An upward climb from low Read More
Mother, Mother Earth, Space and the Sacred
Mothers Day is a special day on the American calendar, joining Thanksgiving Day and Christmas and maybe the 4th of July as similarly important days. Not far behind is Fathers Read More
Restoration and Healing
Reflection on Gospel Reading for Sunday March 6 In John’s Gospel just before Jesus heals, or is it cures the blind man: “His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this Read More
You Can’t Go Home…or Can You?
Thomas Wolfe wrote a novel entitled YOU CAN’T GO HOME AGAIN. It was published in 1940. It describes the strange sensation of trying to go back home, after an extended Read More
E.T. Meets Planet Earth
Is Christmas a memory? Is Christmas more than a memory? Is Christmas only a memory? Is that what the greeting Happy Holidays implies? Pearl Harbor: Remember Pearl Harbor! Is Pearl Read More
Win, Place, Show
It is unseemly to entitle a reflection piece, written around Christmas time, with a title such as appears above. For it calls to mind the racing establishment, and the often Read More