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  • Lent 2024, Day 30: Happy St. Joseph’s Day.

    Let’s hear it for Jesus’ stepdaddy.

  • Lent 2024, Day 5: Pick up.

    “You shoulda made some plans with me/
    You knew that I was free/
    And now you won’t stop calling me/
    I’m kinda busy”

  • Lent 2023, Day 35: Holy Monday

    Jesus take the wh… whip? I don’t know if those doves cried, but the money changers probably did.

  • Lent 2023: Ash Wednesday.

    Ashes, uncomfortable comfort, and good trouble. Get into it.

  • Lent 2022: Ash Wednesday.

    It’s that time of year again, when millions of Christians worldwide commit to 40 days of fasting, prayer, tithing, and reflection. It’s also time for me to commit to being a regular blogger. So join me, won’t you, as I prepare for Easter, one day and post, at a time.

  • Lent 2021: Good Friday.

    “It is finished.”

  • Paolo de Matteis - The Annunciation

    Lent- Day 31: Let it be to me.

    “Paolo de Matteis – The Annunciation” by Paolo de Matteis (Wiki Commons)       Today is the Feast of the Annunciation. For those unfamiliar, from Wikipedia:     The Feast of…

  • Clifton Campville Church Bells

    Lent- Day 30: For whom the bell tolls.

      (Wiki Commons)   So I am totally being lazy in the Soren Kierkegaard class I’m taking. Assigned to read Plato’s “Euthyphro”, I haven’t been able to read more than a few…