The “goodness” of Good Friday

At first blush, meditating on the goodness of Good Friday seems to be foolish. What is good about a day designed to make Christians stop and ponder a gruesome, ghastly death of a seemingly innocent man? To reflect on an event of a man caught up in government hierarchy and power, who was tried withoutContinue reading “The “goodness” of Good Friday”

Musings after a retreat . . . Best Possible Life

Last week I spent some much needed quiet reflection, prayer, and meditation time for four days at the San Damiano retreat cottage on Michaela Farm in Oldenburg, Indiana.  I am grateful for the opportunity the Sisters of St. Francis provide through the use of this space. The peace and blessings of that time continues toContinue reading “Musings after a retreat . . . Best Possible Life”

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