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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I went hunting through Father Clay’s books today for a homily that I could pair with this picture my husband took over the weekend. We were at an apple orchard in Wisconsin, celebrating my birthday, and as we hunted for ripe Sweet Sixteens (“the redder the better”), we found this apple cradled in a tinyContinue reading “An Apple, A Nest, A Tree, and A Prayer”
Father Clay died last weekend. I heard from other members of St. Stan’s and through the Facebook page and then email. And I took the week to feel the loss and think about it before I started writing. I feel so grateful for what he gave us – for what he gave me in theContinue reading “Hearing Father Clay’s Call to Relieve Suffering”
For most of my life, Father’s Day has been something I’ve performed or processed, rather than outright celebrated. While my relationship with my stepfather and husband have always been joyful, my complicated and sometimes painful relationship with my dad has made it a challenging day to celebrate outright. When he died in mid-June four yearsContinue reading “Feeling Father’s Day”
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