by Holly Mohr I came across a James Martin article recently. He was talking about what it means for Christians to celebrate Christmas. In it, he named three main ways Christians observe Christ’s coming. The first and most obvious, of course, is the historical commemoration of Jesus’s birth into the world two thousand years ago.Continue reading “The Brood: On Hope, and Advent, and (Possible) Peace on Earth”
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The Brood: When God is Easy-Breezier than My Personality (Father’s Day Edition)
by Holly Mohr The Saturday morning Scripture reading in my Give Us This Day was a passage I had never seen before. “Do not give in to sadness, or torment yourself deliberately.” (Sirach 30:21) I almost burst out laughing. My first thought was equal parts caught and suspicious: “How do you know I do that?”Continue reading “The Brood: When God is Easy-Breezier than My Personality (Father’s Day Edition)”
The Brood: Brooders Just Wanna Have Fun
Work is important. We all need to work. But don’t we all need to play, too?
Hula, Rites of Prayer, and Holy Mass
The body, and not only the soul, is able to pray, express prayer, and feel prayer.