Tag: HENRI NOUWEN

WHO AM I?

  “When you get your, ‘Who am I?’, question right, all of your,’What should I do?’ questions tend to take care of themselves” ― Richard Rohr, Falling Upward: A Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life Who am I? I am a father, a… Continue Reading “WHO AM I?”

IN THE HURT, FINDING GOD

Somewhere He is doing something lovingly to you, even when what you experience is only hurt. Is He carving out a cave to dwell in? If so, the cutting away of rocks might hurt very much and you might not be aware of the… Continue Reading “IN THE HURT, FINDING GOD”

STRONGER TOGETHER IN A TIME OF TERROR

Today, the Catholic Church celebrates its’ birthday, better known as the feast of Pentecost. In Acts 2:1-13, the event is described. Context, as always, is important. During Pentectost, the followers of Jesus were confused and scared. The risen Jesus was no longer with them.… Continue Reading “STRONGER TOGETHER IN A TIME OF TERROR”

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