Defending the Trinity

Here is a collection of resources that will help us better understand and articulate that Big Mystery!

Called to Let Go

Today’s Gospel reading was a pretty timely one.  It’s also one that I used to struggle with, but now it’s one of my favorite stories.  (Oh, who am I kidding?  I still struggle with it–but that doesn’t make it any less compelling.) “As he was setting out on a journey, a man ran up, knelt…

A Day in the Life

Come with me on a whirlwind tour of my day!

Or not–some days are, some days aren’t. But sometimes it is fun to see what other people are doing!

Xochimilco

When anybody asks what they should do when visiting Mexico City, my favorite suggestion is always, “Go to Xochimilco!”  Or, better said, ride a trajinera in Xochimilco.  What’s a trajinera, you ask?  Stick with me. Prehispanic City Planning Xochimilco is on the very south side of the city. Its claim to fame are the canals…

Real de Catorce

Emily Lee Garcia, Hannah (and Doren) Tripp, and I are collaborating for the South of the Border Bloggers’ A-Z Challenge.  Our mission?  The letter R–for Real de Catorce!   Real de Catorce is a gem of a Pueblo Mágico, tucked away into the mountains of northern San Luis Potosí.  It takes awhile to get there–but it’s…

Four Ways to Pray

I’m participating in the Catholic Women Bloggers Network blog hop on Favorite Prayers and Devotions.  I couldn’t pick just one! This fall, my Bible study was taking suggestions as to what we should tackle next.  Should be study one specific book of the Bible?  A theme?  If so, what theme? I suggested prayer, because it’s…