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Today’s blog continues the discussion about the 42.7 million people who still identify themselves as Catholic, yet no longer participate in the Church. Today’s discussion explores where they might be and includes those who were raised Catholic but no longer … Continue reading
Today’s blog explores the gifts of both the Institutional/orthodox Church and the mystical, contemplative, interior church that I refer to as “the church of the Magdalene.” Continuing Yesterday’s Discussion Apparently yesterday’s blog stirred the ire of some readers. I will … Continue reading
Warning: If you are offended by challenges or questions aimed at religious authority, you might want to skip today’s blog. Also, if you are attached to living your Catholicism to the letter of the law and consider questioning that law … Continue reading
In today’s blog, I come out of the closet in regards to the “secret” I have been discerning and where it seems God’s is calling me. In the end, God has a sick sense of humor and is telling me … Continue reading
Today’s blog explores the topic of worthiness – the fine line between self-loathing and humility. Lord, I am Not Worthy to Receive You Every Sunday, (or anytime attending mass) just before the reception of Holy Eucharist (communion), all … Continue reading
Some people, as they move and grow along the spiritual path discover that their’s is the unique path of the mystic. The mystic’s path is a profound gift, but at the same time in a world that might label the … Continue reading
In today’s blog I explore the question, “What does it mean to be “priest?” Raised in an Institution that doesn’t honor women’s call to ordination/the priesthood, how does one authentically live out that call? Blaming Jeff Ok, not really, … Continue reading
The Lord’s Prayer is one of the foundational prayers of the Christian tradition and a central part of most Christian worship. How do we participate in this prayer when we no longer believe in God as only “the old man … Continue reading