Links

Shalom Place has a new look that I invite you to explore.

Click on this link to listen to a great homily by Fr. Charles Bouchard O.P. a former class mate of mine. He explores the issue of accepting change in our lives.

    • Clarice Flagel‘s son in law Mark has converted a talk she gave that you will love. This dear friend of mine continues to share her faith and love even as she watches us all from her perch in heaven.
    • A video called Dominican Impact is a very well done view of the community I studied with when getting my masters in Theology. Fr. Goergen, a dear friend, and Fr. Charles Bouchard a former classmate are featured in it. Now located in St. Louis, they are obviously thriving there.
    • Take a look as the words of a wisdom grandmother Melissa Musick Nussbaum at her site. Her wisdom continues to amaze me over the years. Mmy Lifeelissa is a column writer for the NCR.
    • What should a community do with its unused land? Plant food, of course. With energy and humor, Pam Warhurst tells at the TEDSalon the story of how she and a growing team of volunteers came together to turn plots of unused land into communal vegetable gardens, and to change the narrative of food in their community. Pam Warhurst cofounded Incredible Edible, an initiative in Todmorden, England dedicated to growing food locally by planting on unused land throughout the community.
    • A couple of mp3 files of Clarice Flagel’s talks
    • A movie called HOME is a powerful look at what we are doing to the earth and possible ways to remedy the damage.
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    • If you want a site that offers a rich variety of reflections for your quiet prayer time visit The Prayer of the Heart.
    • http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/archivepix.html This site offers an awe inspiring picture of the cosmos for each day. It also has information about the picture with embedded links for more information. You can lose yourself in this site.
  • www.ratnermuseum.com is a wonder filled collection of art in all kinds of media by modern artists that are inspired by the Bible. I invite you to “wander” the museum via this site.