Eastering Resources

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com If “easter” can be a verb, then let’s allow it. Poet Gerard Manley Hopkins famously penned, “Let Christ easter in us, be a day spring to the dimness within us.” I find myself drawn to the subject in this subject-verb agreement. It is not *I* who easters. It is Jesus who easters. …

The muscle I most need to exercise right now

And so I need to exercise my Margin Muscle. I need to get stronger at limiting my in-person commitments outright. I need to muscularly resist the temptation to stack my calendar and regularly look at the whole picture with these questions:

Lent Resources

Lent approaches. Well, the *calendar* says it's Lent, but many of us feel like Lent has descended upon us and remained for 2 years... Below you'll find some Lent resources if you want to dig in and honor the season in 2022. All of these opportunities meet synchronously online. I invite you to find one …

2021 Advent Retreat

I am so pleased to bring you this retreat offering this Advent. I'm working with some friends from the Discerning Deacons project to offer you a time to gather for outstanding preaching, gorgeous music, and a chance to connect with like-minded folks working with justice and peace in the Church and in the world.

Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice Keynote Address

I am delighted to contribute this keynote address for the high school track, online edition of this year's Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. Enjoy this piece that outlines the 2021 theme: Imagining a Path Forward: Reflection, Reckoning, and Kinship. Watch the video here. transcript: Do you remember March 13, 2020?  I do. I woke up …

Episode 32: Catholic Climate Covenant with Anna Robertson

You know how sometimes you hear someone talk about climate change… global warming, the island of plastic in the ocean, the destruction of forests around the globe, all that stuff and you feel just so weighed down, guilty, and well, hopeless? Get ready for a hope fire hose… Anna Robertson is the Director of Youth …