Category Archives: catholic iconography

Contemplate the Stations of the Cross

  “Jesus Suffered and Died for ME”.  Have you ever thought it a little narcissistic thinking He died for Me and end the meditation there? The whole idea someone would die for you is out of style these days, we … Continue reading

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Love is Gravity

   Love is gravity because its capacity for attraction has an irresistible pull.    Love is potential because it multiplies without effort the best part of us.    Love is inexplicable because the dynamic of it is multifaceted and never repeats … Continue reading

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Ascetic prayer, Contemplation

That is, at this moment, if you think you are  in a miserable condition, you were once perfect. This means that perfection is within us, like a faint memory of a dream known long ago. We do not have to … Continue reading

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It takes Infinite Courage

It takes courage to trust in something greater than myself. Continue reading

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Hodegitria, Mary the Saint

Saint Mary’s face reflects courage, sorrow and understanding, gazing at the viewer, silently waiting. She speaks volumes without words – Continue reading

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Christ Teacher, Master, or Guru

Seek God within and know his presence intimately everywhere and know the image of Christ, is God in you. “Truly many prophets and religious men have longed to see what you have seen but did not see … and to hear what you hear but did not listen.” Mystical understanding is hearing and seeing without eyes or ears. Continue reading

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Women’s interfaith Prayer

Sadly it is my opinion that none of the 5 great religious organizations have encouraged women to speak out for faith and justice. Large congregations of religious organizations have in essence neglected the intelligence and experience of women’s interfaith prayer for justice. Continue reading

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