Daily Archives: 5 July 2022

Patris Corde 4c: An Accepting Father

Jesus’ appearance in our midst is a gift from the Father, which makes it possible for each of us to be reconciled to the flesh of our own history, even when we fail to understand it completely. Failing to understand? … Continue reading

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Desiderio Desideravi 6: Responding to His Invitation

Ponder Saint Augustine’s reflection that we are restless until we rest in God. God’s desire for union with us is a fact of creation. Also, our human nature being “hard-wired” to seek God–something totally apart from our rearing as a … Continue reading

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Ignatius in July, 4 & 5: On Freedom

Whoops! Missed a day. It’s the day after a holiday weekend, and we’re back to work. Unless we’ve tacked on some extension of leisure to the long weekend. Searching through some resources for prayers for summer choir practices, I found … Continue reading

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Piano Concerto

On the road home yesterday afternoon I caught a live version of Gershwin’s Piano Concerto on classical radio. I am not sure if I had ever heard the piece in full before, but I certainly wasn’t as impressed as I … Continue reading

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