Reflections on Palm Sunday

The Jewish Roots of Palm Sunday and the Passion March 20, 2016 On this coming Sunday, the Church will bring us to what may be one of my favorite Masses and my favorite sets of Scripture readings in the entire liturgical year: Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord, popularly known simply as ‘PalmContinue reading “Reflections on Palm Sunday”

Lenten Discipline

You are invited to a weekly Zoom contemplative discussion on Richard Rohr’s book, “The Universal Christ.” Starting Feb. 27, 2020, 7-8:30 CT for nine weeks through Lent-(skipping Maundy Thursday), we will be using the Insight Group Guide as outlined in “The Universal Christ-Web Guide” for our discussion guidelines. A free copy of this style ofContinue reading “Lenten Discipline”

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

TEILHARD’S FEAST DAY Easter fell on April 10 in 1955. That sunny day in New York City, Teilhard de Chardin arose, made his morning meditation, attended Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral with his friend Rhoda de Terra and her daughter, went with them to Central Park in the afternoon, and eventually retired to Rhoda’s apartmentContinue reading “Pierre Teilhard de Chardin”

Under Construction!

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. My New Year’s Resolution was to update the website for Connie. Since she has passed into Heaven, we have been still meeting weekly. Connie had kept the website “The Ark” up-to-date with the study guides for our weekly discussions. Connie May started preparing Lectionary StudyContinue reading “Under Construction!”