Monthly Archives: May 2010

Writing Exercise #1

All prompts come from Prompt #1:  Describe a landscape as seen by an old woman whose horrible old husband has just died.  Do not mention the husband or death. Only for the slightest moment did the sunshine on my … Continue reading

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Let a man consider that God is always looking at him from heaven, that his actions are everywhere visible to the divine eyes and are constantly being reported to God by the Angels.— St Benedict’s Rule of Order, on Humility

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Letting Go

In teaching Confirmation this past year, I have been on more retreats, and attended Mass than I originally thought I would be doing. On days that I was teaching my kids, as I’ve come to call them, I went in … Continue reading

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Quote from OSB Rule

“Therefore we must prepare our hearts and our bodies to do battle under the holy obedience of His commands; and let us ask God that He be pleased to give us the help of His grace for anything which our … Continue reading

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Xanga’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Museum Pieces

Photos from the Louvre, Chateaux Versailles, Normandy, some modern museum, Rodin’s house, the ceilings of the UN in Geneva, and the d’Orsay. And one lone gargolye from Notre Dame. Uploading one collage is much better than trying to post multiples … Continue reading

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