In the words of Richard Rohr, “Nothing is wasted.” Through faith, suffering can be transformed by love and healing can occur.
My heart said there must be more purpose for my life than this. But I just kept driving in the same direction. Then . . . God came to my house and asked for charity. And I fell on my knees and cried, “Beloved, What may I give” “Just love,” He said. “Just love.” St. FrancisContinue reading “The Journey . . .So Far”
I get this question almost every time I tell someone I have been studying for a Masters of Arts in Practical Theology. I think of Practical Theology as being like one of those fabulous French boulangeries. The Master Baker The master baker, started the bakery because of the love of the creative process. God envisioned peopleContinue reading “What is Practical about Theology?”
Book Review: The Long Loneliness, by Dorothy Day In her autobiography, The Long Loneliness, Dorothy describes her life based on her internal focus for three time periods: Searching, Natural Happiness and Love is the Measure. During her early days of searching, Dorothy includes information about her background and family, which shed light on the directionContinue reading “Dorothy Day and My Vocation”