It seems an odd day for us to be drawn to the church.  The altar has been stripped, the crosses veiled..  Though we will receive reserved sacrament, we will not celebrate a Eucharist today—we will not celebrate anything.  Jesus is dead. Do we come because we are drawn into suffering—bystanders rubber necking their way through […]

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I have always been fascinated by church architecture.  I remember when I was a little girl and our Sunday school teacher took us into the church and had us run around the space with one hand on the wall, tracing the shape of the church.  When we finished she gathered us in the middle of […]

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A couple of years ago, I read the life-changing magic of tidying up by Marie Kondo. The advice throughout the book was not only practical, but inspiring—and I don’t mean simply that kind of inspiring that makes you want to go clean your house, it was partly that but also soul-inspiring. Just reading the book […]

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