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Marriage means deciding to be married, and focusing on that decision together. It means setting your sights on the covenant you make with your partner, and keeping your 'eyes on the prize.'
No generation in history has put so much thought, energy and money into keeping itself safe and secure, but still we are not at peace.
I wish more couples would choose this verse from Song of Songs for their weddings rather than the more popular passage from I Corinthians (love is patient, love is kind, zzzzzzzz).
No one really uses the word “maundy” anymore in their daily lives. Which is why today can seem a little murkier than some of the other holy days in Lent.
Somewhere along the way Palm Sunday became Palm/Passion Sunday.
I suddenly realized I never had the faintest notion what it feels like to be truly ostracized by an entire community and I still don't.
When Moses comes close to the burning bush God tells him to take off his sandals, because he is on holy ground. Part of me pictures a basket of shoes by God's own front door, because God doesn't want the mud and snow and salt tracked in the divine living room either.
"God said to him, 'Your name is Jacob, no longer shall you be called Jacob, but Israel shall be your name.'"
Every year on November 1, All Saints Day, I remember Sacred Heart cemetery in the town I grew up in.
I have a theory: there was an 11th commandment that fell off the tablets.