Category Archives: Priesthood

Whenever Two or Three…

More and more I am impressed with how Jewish was Jesus, how Jewish was the thinking of the early assembly of disciples:  Wrestling with their memories of the living Jesus and their experiences of the Risen Christ – in the … Continue reading

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A heart crushed and broken

The psalmist meditates on prayer: 16 For you have no delight in sacrifice; if I were to give a burnt-offering, you would not be pleased. 17 The sacrifice acceptable to God* is a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, … Continue reading

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The Voice of the Lord Strips the Forests Bare

Lift up your hearts: We lift them up to the Lord:

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Liturgy of the Heart

This is a link to a wonderful post by Macrina Walker which summarizes a talk she went to back when she was still a Cistercian nun. The presenter was another Cistercian, Andre Louf, who died last month. He spent his … Continue reading

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