Today the day and night are roughly equal in length, thus "equinox." Science forbids any notion that night and day are equal in power, though, and that one is battling the other for an as yet unknown victory. We serenely observe the passing of seasons, asking for the grace of contentment with the splendor and show of God's nature.
Also, in the spiritual life, we ask to be like that tree, "planted
beside running waters, whose leaves never fade." If our lives are
founded upon and rooted in Jesus Christ our Eucharist, the seasons of
our lives will continue to give us growth, that the waters of our
Baptism may flow all our days, like a fountain welling up unto Eternal
A blessed Spring equinox to you and yours, one roadmark along our Lenten, lifegiving journey!
Our Most Primal Fear and the Source of Our Bondage - At Mass for Wednesday of the first week of the year, we read a text from Hebrews that describes our most basic and primal fear. Our inordinate fear of wh...
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