Tag Archives: Lent

Adam and Eve Story

Bishop William Gregg at St Paul’s Anglican in San Miguel Allende gave another insightful sermon, first week in Lent. The first reading was from Genesis. The silly story we all know about snakes and trees and perfection. What did Eve … Continue reading

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Lent Any Time? Not an obsolete tradition.

“I believe in the sun even when it isn’t shining, I believe in love even when I am alone, I believe in God even when he is silent” WWII refugee   Ash Wednesday is over and Lent is expressed in … Continue reading

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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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