Many of the first readings at our Masses these weeks are taken from the Acts of the Apostles.
The rain started falling early in the morning and continued all through the day. It was a downpour for a good part of the day.
Spring renews our hope. Every spring brings with it the promise of new beginnings.
Visit to my childhood home brings back fond memories. A few years ago, I returned to the house where I had spent much of my youth.
Recently we had our annual retreat, and we enjoyed it.
No need to wait for God -- He's already here. I have taken a lot of photographs over the years.
A friend of mine practiced law. I used to enjoy chatting with him and his wife after Mass on Sunday mornings.
"For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the Lord (Isaiah 55:8).
Many of the parables of Jesus use examples He took from nature to stress the nature and importance of the human heart. It is not merely an organ that wondrously pumps blood through the body, sustaining life.
Nothing unusual about a yoga retreat at the monastery.