Category Archives: glory

Vocational Update 3? or 4? Who knows?

I’ve been quiet about this – at least in the details. I will continue to be quiet until more is understood. I first wrote a letter to a monastery in June, and have been slowly gaining in communication since then … Continue reading

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Feast of the Assumption

How I’ve come to love Mary. I had a ponderous moment at Mass about all the people God’s goodness on this day, and Mary’s promise to us: that He will glorify us after resurrection, and she will intercede. She’s alive … Continue reading

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For the Greater Glory of God

can be seen in the small things. Like the care taken to pleat ribbon for a chapel veil. Here I am  at the end I’m in need of Resurrection Only YOU can take this empty shell and raise it from … Continue reading

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