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Reflection for Sunday, April 4, 1999: Easter Sunday.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-04-04)
"Stay in control" is such a theme in our lives. Schedules and lists march through our days on their stouthearted quest for order. What is unexpected or insurgent can be kept at bay with vigilance. The threats to our fragile ...
Reflection for Friday, November 20, 1998: 33rd week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1998-11-20)
The Sweetness and Indigestion of Faith||When I was young, treasures were things or animals: the bike, the dog, the doll with red hair. Things still matter, but now words glow like ripe fruit that can be eaten straight off ...
Reflection for Wednesday, March 3, 1999: 2nd week in Lent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-03-03)
When I look for the thread that holds so much of life together, it is the thread of love: learning or seeking or failing to love. Is it all about love? Love: the cheapest coin of the realm, the huckster's cry, the confetti, ...
Reflection for Saturday, December 25, 1999: Christmas, The Nativity of the Lord.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-12-25)
A Christmas Prayer | | Age after age, our people have waited so long. The dreamless nights. The hard climb. Our weary hearts. Our feet are sore. The disappointments have been mounting for quite some time. Eyes cast ...
Reflection for Monday, May 31, 1999: Visitation of the Virgin Mary to Elizabeth.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-05-31)
The passage is thrilling: two women pregnant under most unusual circumstances and enveloped in joy. Mary rushes to her cousin Elizabeth's side and the women burst into praise for the God who showers blessings upon them. ...
Reflection for Monday, November 22, 1999: 34th week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 1999-11-22)
"When men dream, they dream of money" mumbled the character as the story of ruthless greed unfolded. Our dreams tell us who we are. And money, with its power to multiply or vanish without a trace, presents itself as the ...