Reason tells me that there is little more I could have done for Chris, yet remorse lingers.
We have been encouraged in the modern, post-transition age to lose a sense of narrative in our humanity.
How do we encourage people to put themselves into the place of Job, so they see that God is really the one to whom they may need to complain and from whom they need to hear?
Ash Wednesday confronts us with two truths we probably don’t like to dwell on, truths our culture encourages us to minimize, deny, or simply ignore.
The world wants a different kind of “world without end” than what the Church proclaims.
In rock music, especially in the performance arena, there is no room for prayer, but I think that so many of the songs people write are prayers. A lot of my songs seem to be prayers for unity within myself. … Looking at what I have done in my life, in retrospe... Read More...