Divine Mercy Sunday is celebrated the first Sunday after Easter. It is a special day to reflect on the ever-flowing merciful love of God. Over 80 years ago, an image was painted in an attempt to illustrate God’s mercy. Here are 5 interesting questions and answers about this beautiful Divine Mercy artwork. Continue reading
‘Tis Good to Be Hungry
This was written at the start of Lent last year. It happened to be a day of fasting and cold temperatures. Pondering the hunger and coldness, and embracing those elements instead of grumbling about them, brought insight. Continue reading
An Acrostic for Theophany:
What Does Silence Know?
A “Deeper Wisdom” Poem