“You may be all the Gospel your neighbor will ever read.” — Saint Francis of Assisi
Since Lawrence was the chief financial officer in Rome, he was given the option by the Roman prefect to surrender the “treasures of the church” and receive his freedom or resist and be put to death.
I really thought I was a ninja when I was a kid. Seriously. Well, at least a ninja in training.
We do not know much about him, but James must have been a pretty big deal.
I am delighted to be celebrating the Feast day of Luke the Evangelist. You see, Luke and I have been traveling closely lately. Along with the fact that it is his turn in the lectionary, I’m also currently writing a curriculum for the families at my school studying his gospel.
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St. Matthew’s feast is a direct connection between our brokenness and Heaven’s wholeness.
Embody the love of God to my children? There are moments when I’m just trying to find the nearest hole into which I can crawl and hide.