Writing | Feb 2013
The cross collides as a symbol of Roman oppression and Christian hope. Out of the debris of that wreck, the impenetrability of death is exposed as a façade.
Spirituality isn't that flash. It's often obvious when cleaning up folk who can't control their bowels, in wiping blood off the floor, in carting equipment, in attending to birthing and dying, and sometimes in arguments about budgets. more»
Tender petals will open in The Vatican Gardens in April, heralding a new beginning at Easter. Resurrection flowers. more»
Amongst the debris on my desk sits a small skull. It's just big enough to remind me that I'm not long for this world. more»