Monthly Archives: February 2008

Thinking of the Agony in the Garden

On the first Saturday of Lent, I spent part of the evening crying. There were two things that held my attention, the Tabernacle behind the altar and a painting of Christ’s agony in the garden. These two images and memories … Continue reading

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un-musical Lent

I feel like I am going mad this Lent. I have no sound whatsoever; although I’m not fasting for television, I also stear clear of this. Melodies of hymns sung at Mass on Sunday haunt me throughout the week. This … Continue reading

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Joined to God Through Pain

Never before have I ever actually chosen to spiritually suffer through Lent. Typically, I choose a new practice like Adoration last year, in hopes of establishing something new into my prayer life. This year, however I have noticed that my … Continue reading

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