Tag Archives: Truth

It’s A Mythic Universe We Live In

This is from today’s First Reading: God created man in his image; in the divine image he created him; male and female he created them. God blessed them, saying: “Be fertile and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it. Have … Continue reading

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Let the Children Teach Us Once More

I just love watching how children, specially at play, even though they might have just met each other for the first time. Spontaneously and very naturally, they soon become friends and are deep in play and in a fantasy world … Continue reading

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Teachers Build The Future

This morning, I had breakfast with two former students to catch up on what each one of us was doing currently. Iy warmed my heart to hear them say that their studies and education have made all the difference in … Continue reading

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New Year Declarations

In today’s Gospel, John the Baptizer was asked: “Who are you?. . . . What do you say about yourself?” The start of the year is a good time to reflect on these questions. The secular world’s reply to these … Continue reading

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Mary, The Prophet

    “In every generation, there has to be some fool who will speak the truth as he sees it.” ~ Boris Pasternak Mary has many title with which we honor her: Mother of God, Queen of Heaven, Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix … Continue reading

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King. Prophet. Priest.

King. Prophet. Priest. These are the offices that the Church ascribes to the Christ. In a world of democratically elected leaders, who are savvy in social media to keep them attuned to the pulse and heart beat of their people; … Continue reading

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A Perennial Lesson

My two favorite times are the changing of the seasons and the ending of each day. I love the the rich blending of colors when seasons change. They match the gamut of the emotions I feel when earth renews herself. … Continue reading

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