The Wild Goose

I’ve been working on a new emblem for the last several weeks and finally finished it up this evening. The Wild Goose I would suspect that most times when someone runs into the… Continue reading

Lenten Responsive Prayer

Leader: In this is love, not that we loved God but that God loved us and sent God’s Son. People: We come to worship the One who knows our pain, for he himself… Continue reading

What Wondrous Love with Triduum Verses

Maundy Thursday Verses 1. What wondrous love is this, O my soul, O my soul? What wondrous love is this, O my soul? What wondrous love is this that cause the Lord of… Continue reading

“Secular” Music in a “Religious” Playlist

One of the questions I have fielded occasionally regarding the liturgical year playlists I put together is: why do you include “secular” or “non-religious” music on a playlist meant for worship? There’s a… Continue reading

Shrove Tuesday & Our Shadowy Side

I went to church tonight and ate way too many pancakes. Of course I did. I am struck by how little pancakes on Shrove Tuesday really means to us.  It has become this thing… Continue reading

[PLAYLISTS] Lent – In Shades of Death

I have a new playlist posted!  Download here.

the boldness of St. Brendan the Navigator

My friend Marsha came to visit this weekend and one of the most fun things we found to do was visit this small country Celtic gift shop called Thistle & Pine. I wanted… Continue reading

The Baptism of the Lord

from the Book of Common Prayer: Father in heaven, who at the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan proclaimed him your beloved Son and anointed him with the Holy Spirit: Grant that… Continue reading

The Tree of Contemplative Practices

I absolutely love this infographic! photo © The Center for Contemplative Mind in Society, Concept & design by Maia Duerr; illustration by Carrie Bergman

Moors and Mountains: An Epiphany Reflection

Old hymns are so fascinating to me. Half the time I have no idea what I’m singing. The language is antiquated and sometimes downright silly. But I love the haunting melodies of old… Continue reading