What follows is the second week of reflections in our “Beauty in the Desert” Lenten series. To receive these each week in your inbox, click here. By Shemaiah Gonzalez After the swirl of new routines and commitments of the new year, the sparsity connected with the season of Lent is always welcome. I look forward …
It’s tempting to become nostalgic about the changing seasons, but I prefer these days to be attentive instead. For instance, as I observe autumn, how might it speak to me?
Close my eyes. Deep breaths. Quiet my spirit and open my heart.
What this Jesuit saint’s experience can teach us for today’s pandemic.
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