This year, I want to slow down and savor the Advent season.
On my wedding anniversary, I found myself browsing through old photo albums on Facebook.
One book that has survived moves and book purges since I graduated seminary is Francis and Clare: The Complete Works from the Classics of Western Spirituality series.
As we gear up for school and prepare for the effort and pace that comes with doing more, this is also a time to pause and set our spiritual intentions.
So I had this vision.
When the pool opens for the season, my kids want to be there.
If you have a young child, you may not realize it, but your home is probably full of process art.
Space. It felt as if I never had enough.
Some years ago I took a retreat among the brothers at the Society of St. John the Evangelist that focused on icons.
As the United States nears the 2022 midterms, I decided to create a new set of prayer stations to be used during this election season. These stations provide people with tangible ways to pray for our communities and leaders as we continue to navigate how to interact with each other in politically divided times.