Category Archives: Mystery

Spring Is Here

      Spring always speak to me of hope and a new creation. An assurance that after the gloom of winter, the earth comes back alive with an explosion of colors and fresh life. For no matter how dark … Continue reading

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In Due Time

The splendor that was Egypt and Persia – buried. The glory that was Rome and Greece – gone. The magnificence that was the Aztecs and the Incas – in ruins. Yet the world, our world, endures. With even more lavish … Continue reading

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My God Is Here

God is the Lord of the Unexpected. The Master of the Paradoxical. The Sovereign of what is Contradictory. He created Light out of darkness by His simple Word. He drew Life from inert elements. He writes straight with crooked lines. … Continue reading

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Glimpsing At Eternity

When something man-made breaks down, that is usually the end of the useful life of that object, be it a piece of furniture, a toy, an electronic gadget, or a car. When something in nature (that is, God-made) breaks down … Continue reading

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More Poems from Fr. Abe


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Love In The Time Of Ashes

In a rare serendipitous confluence of events, today we celebrate both Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, and Valentine’s Day, the celebration of Hearts and Love. Lent is the spiritual preparation for the celebration of the greatest love story of … Continue reading

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A Daily Miracle

One of the deepest truth in my life is that fact that I am not a random event. I did not come into existence as a fortuitous confluence of atoms and molecules. I have been willed into existence deliberately and … Continue reading

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