Category: FEATURED

Post-Retreat Depression

“No matter how blessed a time the retreat was, most of us are not called to live on the mountain alone with God.  We have families, jobs, and communities that, whether we like it or not, are waiting for us.  The key, I emphasize, is to integrate our experience on retreat into our daily lives.” – Fr. Jeremiah Shryock

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Vanishing in Plain Sight

“And now, today, in the middle of a prosperous nation, NFL commentators, nurses, doctors, pilots, police, are quietly vanishing.  Law-abiding citizens.  Loyal employees.  The ones who came on time, and stayed late, and worked heroic hours during the crisis, and loved their profession.  Gone.” – Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell

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Epiphany–the Coming of Christ our Light

“In celebrating Epiphany—in celebrating God’s manifestation to the nations, we are not celebrating a light that has come and gone, like a flash in the night.  We are not looking back with nostalgia to a better day that can never return.” – Fr. John Keehner

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The Word and Silence

In the Nativity of the Lord, the cries of the world, the cries of the human heart, and the cries of God coincide.  These shared

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An Unusual Christmas

“Suddenly, in this small trailer, without any of the usual bells and whistles, I felt myself being led to a deeper experience of Christmas than I ever had before.” – Fr. Jeremiah Shryock

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Who is in the Manger?

“Was there something in my manger, where Jesus ought to be?” Grace Abruzzo with a poignant Christmas reflection.

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