Mindfulness is popular these days. Used in the context of therapy and meditation, it encourages people to be present, focused, conscious and aware. I am grateful that God demonstrated mindfulness long before science caught on.

My Magnificat

Mary: How I praise the Lord. How I rejoice in God my Savior!Hannah: How I rejoice in the Lord!Miriam: Sing to the Lord, for he has triumphed gloriously.Deborah: Praise the Lord! For I will sing about the Lord, the God of Israel.Luke 1:46-55, I Samuel 2:1-10, Exodus 15:21, Judges 5:2–3 TLB Today I feel like … Continue reading My Magnificat

Good Things

According to my brother-in-law, the Rev. David Handy, "Traditionally, since ancient times, in liturgical churches (Lutheran and Anglican, as well as Catholic and Eastern Orthodox), the Blessed Virgin Mary is considered the greatest of all the saints, bar none. Greater than Francis of Assisi in the 13th century, or St. Benedict (founder of the Benedictine … Continue reading Good Things