Monthly Archives: November 2008

Sin and Forgiveness

Whose was the hand that snapped the whip across our Lord’s back?  Whose was the hand that drove the nail into His hands and feet? It was mine.  With every sin I’ve committed, I have ripped apart the flesh of … Continue reading

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Mary Wasn’t A Diva

It’s been a long day.  You’ve been riding on the back of a camel – yes, a camel! - for hours, with little to eat or drink along the way.  The day has been hot, but as evening sets in it’s … Continue reading

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Princessified

Today, my two year old daughter waved her magic wand at me and informed me that I was Princess Aurora.  She then said that I had been “princessified.”  Thinking tonight of the Coronation of Our Lady, it occurred to me … Continue reading

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