Feeding my soul while flattening the curve
At St. Stan’s I learned, “Holy is anyplace it is safe to tell your story. Holy is anyplace that creates justice”
This blog is an exploration of my story and of how God’s love is helping me connect to holiness, love and safety
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Father Clay’s perspective on sin has always resonated with me. He has helped me think of “sin” as the anxiety, suffering and pain we carry in ourselves or inflict on others. When I hear that God forgives sins, for me that means I have permission to stop beating myself up for something, that I canContinue reading “A Good Friday Reflection on Sin”
I went to church in person today, for the first time since February 2020. I got up early and went on my own. I knew my kids wouldn’t want to go, and my husband decided to stay home too. I sprung the invitation on him as he was leaving to walk the dog, and IContinue reading “Palm Sunday mass: masked and in-person”
I felt so sad on Monday when I read that the Vatican is barring the blessing of same-sex unions, declaring that “God cannot bless sin.” It was a nasty reminder that I choose to stay in a religion that excludes nonconformists and women, and passes judgment on people even when they’re living their truest, mostContinue reading “Love is not a sin”
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