Category: Feasts and Traditions

Memento Mori, Trick or Treat, and other deathly phrases

This time of year always has me in a writing mood (whether I get time to or not is entirely another story). Nonetheless, there’s something about the Fall months that seems to usher in a desire for pondering. Perhaps you’ve felt it too? Living in Florida, we don’t see the seasons change that drastically but

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Epiphany in Times of Despair

When disappointments come its best to keep asking questions so they aren’t repeated. We are learning to align with His Will not our own. The question isn’t “Why, Lord?” It’s “What, How, Where”: What did I miss? How can I not miss it again? Where can I find you when it happens again? What can

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JOIN ME! 40 Days of Violence Begins Now – Lent 2020

Ashes aren’t so much a sign of our holiness as they are a sign of our humility. The observance of Lent is about manifesting your belief in the power of Christ to transform us. Your faith must be shown through works or else it is not actually faith-it’s magic. Lent focuses on the works of

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