According to Hasidic Jewish tradition, there are thirty-six Tzadikim Nistarim, or “anonymous righteous ones,” in the world at any given time.
When I was a child growing up in Philadelphia, I respected a man who lived across the street from me named Mr. Weaver.
Today we celebrate and commemorate the Apostle Philip who, like most followers of Jesus named in the Gospels, we know very little about.
We were standing in front of an overflowing trash can in the neighborhood “fast-food chicken” franchise. It took me a moment to register my son asking me the question. I’d been daydreaming and lost in thought.
Editor’s Note: This is a reprise of a Grow Christians post Nurya Love Parish wrote in June 2016, when our community was young and beginning […]
The musical’s haunting refrain inspires my gratitude for St. Luke’s ministry of storytelling.