Meditation Labyrinths have a long history in Christian spiritual life, and are often found in cathedrals today. They can be used to symbolise a journey or one’s life path, or simply as a means of slowing down and listening. This variation of a classical labyrinth follows the calling of Jeremiah, from before he was born … More Jer 1:4-10 – Meditation Labyrinth
Make a simple labyrinth to pray through the changes of life. … More Isaiah 35:4-7 – Changing Times Labyrinth
Do any of us really get the Trinity? It’s kinda like quantum mechanics (hang in with me here), which, though weird beyond belief, actually seems to work. … More Isaiah 6:1-8, John 1-17 – What do you see?
Guest post by poet Tony Wager Pixels On the TV is an image Empty cross and empty tomb Set within a sea of candles Throwing light into the room As I near the illustration Study how the pictures made Notice how it’s all constructed Little lights on background laid Every one, a different pixel Shining … More Being – A Poem
This icon, Christ of Maryknoll, was created when Br. Robert was living in Albuquerque, NM – a common destination for immigrants coming from the south. It shows Christ on one side of a barbed wire fence, looking longingly at the other side. Have we put up the fence and imprisoned Christ? Or have we imprisoned … More Being – Wall
After last week’s haunting picture of the Devil tempting Jesus, here is their final conflict – and the victor is in no doubt! I wonder what strikes you first about this picture. I wonder what will stay with you. I wonder what happens after this picture. Use your own words to praise God for his … More Being – Final Victory
I wonder … Sit a while with this striking illustration of Luke 4. … for forty days he was tempted by the devil. He ate nothing during those days, and at the end of them he was hungry. The devil said to him … I wonder … I wonder what that hand feels like. I wonder … More Being – The Temptation of Christ