Monthly Archives: May 2012

Pentecost Sunday: Embracing Change

All around us these May days there are signs of change:  graduations, weddings, religious professions. ordinations,  job moves, deaths, births,  plants budding forth, etc.    Change:   the act or instance of making or becoming different.  Some of us readily embrace change others of … Continue reading

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Seventh Sunday of Easter: Embracing Ascension

When involved in parish ministry several years ago, I often shared with someone grieving that just as their loved one transitioned to new life, they too, were in the midst of transitioning.   Often the transition takes place through tears, sleepless nights, … Continue reading

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Sixth Sunday Of Easter: Embracing Love

During the 1960’s the Beatles wrote and sang the song, “All You Need is Love”  “All you need is love, love, love, love, love.  All you need is love, love, love is all you need.” The word “love” repeats many times throughout the song.  One … Continue reading

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Fifth Sunday of Easter: Embracing Divine Energy

I have always loved to swim. As a child growing up in Celina, Ohio, I spent summers at the local pool.  Our family summer vacations always involved a week at a lake in Michigan, Ohio or Indiana.  As an adult I love … Continue reading

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