The Jihad of Jesus

THE  JIHAD OF JESUS-THE SACRED NON-VIOLENT STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE BY DAVE ANDREWS--A BOOK REVIEW AND REFLECTIONDave Andrews writes an excellent book on what the Muslim concept of Jihad is truly about. He compares it to the way of Jesus, and we as Christians share the same concept of "Jihad". ...more

Intuition Exchange: February 1-7

I've decided to change up my weekly Intuition Exchanges a bit. Rather than bringing you posts about spirituality and other things of a holistic nature, I'll be channelling a tarot card for the week. But fear not, I'll still be writing plenty of intuitive posts throughout the week on tarot and other topics! So let's dive right in....more

"Beware of What You Are Planting

Beware What You Are PlantingDominique Pire 2 Sam. 11:1-4; 5-10, 13-17; Mark 4: 26-34...more

Moving People Around Like Furniture

"Moving People Like they Are Furniture." There have been several articles on moving the homeless out of the area during the Super Bowl....more

Creating A New House

"Creating a New House"Mark 3: 21-23"He has gone out of his mind." Venerable Satoko Kitahara...more

A Rebellious Trust

Venerable Mary Angeline McCrory "In God, I Am Not Afraid! A Rebellious Trust"Psalm 56"In God I trust, I shall not be Afraid!"There is a company that sells motor cross clothing that has a sticker that says "No Fear."  The reality is that most of us are spectators rather than rebels--and they tap in and get our money....more

Living on the Edge

Living on the EdgeVenerable Frederic Baraga Mark 2:23-28In his book The Time of the Assassins Henry Miller writes:"And for the rebel above all men it is necessary to know love, to give it even more than to receive it, and to be it even more than to give it."Jesus of Nazareth, St. Francis, Dorothy Day, Damien of Molokai Mother Teresa were all rebels, who gave more than they received, and who were the essence of love. They lived on the edge, giving no thought to their own personal welfare, but to that of those they served....more

5 Breakup Tips for Spiritual Women

Accepting a breakup is always painful, no matter how difficult or unhealthy the relationship was. These breakup tips are for spiritual women who need a boost of faith, strength, and courage.The most important breakup advice is to give yourself time to grieve the end of your relationship. You need to find the balance between mourning what you lost and moving forward. Remember that letting go of someone you love isn’t something you do once – and poof! You’re free, healed, and happy....more

Called to Be Saints

January 14   "Called to Be Saints" Mark 1:40-45 Blessed Juana Maria LluchWe think of saints as people who are 'near perfection', who are beyond our own spirituality. In reality  saints are just ordinary people who go beyond themselves to meet Christ in others. Juana Maria Lluch  came from a wealthy family and she saw a need in the latter half of the 19th and early part of the 20th century to have a ministry to factory workers....more

Meeting on the Fluke

Meeting on the Fluke"The Baptism of Jesus"  Acts 10:34-38; Luke 3:15=16; 21=22...more
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