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Autumn Circle Time or Morning Basket CHERISHED HEARTS AT HOME - March 31, 2014 ... easier to do this than using a handwritten one each time. Now I can just insert the appropriate poems and verses into the document each time. But you don't really want to hear this. Here is what we are using for our Morning Circle Time/ for Autumn at the moment. It is actually quite long, it takes us about an hour to complete but I am happy with the content and what we are covering in this time together. Here is what we were doing for Summer. There is some repeating of start ...http://cherishedheartsathome.blogspot.com/2014/03/autumn-circle-time-or-morning-basket.html

Some Poems PERSPECTIVE - March 19, 2014 ... remember our mission. We're so overdue for joy, we hook up with strangers, unfolding our shivering souls beneath down comforters that lie as lightly as kin on our bodies. In our reckless need, we neglect to hide our celestial flesh, let slip our flawlessness, allow our wings. By Advent, we remember the reason we left in the first place. It wasn't the wars, the callousness, the cold. It may be impossible to love you. Sine Qua Non - A. E. Stallings Your absence, father, is nothing. It is ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2014/03/some-poems.html

The Witness of Czeslaw Milosz 2 by Jeremy Driscoll PAYING ATTENTION TO THE SKY - March 18, 2014 ... Mary Magdalen in Berkeley: "A reading this Sunday from the Book of Wisdom / About how God has not made death / And does not rejoice in the annihilation of the living." We should not be surprised that the words catch his attention. They directly address the key question that he and the gnostics often posed: how to reconcile death and innocent suffering with the notion of a good God. The poem continues: "A reading from the Gospel according to Mark / About a little girl to whom He said: 'Talitha, ...http://payingattentiontothesky.com/2014/03/19/the-witness-of-czeslaw-milosz-2-by-jeremy-driscoll/

The Voice of Fallen (and Redeemed) Humanity CRISIS MAGAZINE - March 10, 2014 ... to spend the day when the Salvation Army Shelter is closed, a place with restrooms, newspapers, and internet. One can job-search, get help in writing a resume, or maybe just play computer games for hours and forget about it all. Such people come in regularly, and I get to know them. People like to talk, and as I listen, day after day, I begin to feel as if each story is a part of a great music that can be heard only with the ear of the soul. I ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/hzHQVI-GCqg/vox-humana-the-voice-of-fallen-and-redeemed-humanity

On Kairos Time, Liturgical Cycles, Theophanies and Gerard Manley Hopkins BLUE EYED ENNIS - January 6, 2014 Happy Feast of the Epiphany and it's also the 12th day of Christmas. This coming Sunday, the Western Christian Churches celebrate the Baptism of Jesus. I took down the Christmas celebrations today, always a bit of a sad day and a reality call ! My friend Sean remarked, that for some, the Christmas season doesn't end until Feb 2nd, the Feast of The Presentation Of The Child Jesus in The Temple. It could be a sign of my age that I can take a little more time ...http://blueeyedennis-siempre.blogspot.com/2014/01/on-kairos-time-liturgical-cycles.html

Feast of Holy Innocents Saturday December 28th 2013 BLUE EYED ENNIS - December 27, 2013 ... abuse of children is extensive and where we frequently witness the slaughter of children, whether caught up in conflict or deliberately targeted by deranged gunmen, we might do well to address what are the roots of violence against children. Five of the stanzas in the poem consist of questions which could be coming from the mouth of an innocent child, wanting an explanation from an adult about a figure who is strange and offers mixed messages about his intentions. All the questions remain ...http://blueeyedennis-siempre.blogspot.com/2013/12/feast-of-holy-innocents-saturday.html

Christmas Poems First... COUNTERCULTURAL FATHER - December 26, 2013 It is all too easy to forget that many of our Christmas Carols were first written as poems, and later set to music. There is a risk that we sing them without stopping to recognise the poet's skill and the real meaning. Of course, much of the Victorian verse/carol repertoire is a bit too… well Victorian (as an example of bathos it is hard to beat ' his children crowned, // All in white shall wait around .') But Christina Rossetti's famous poem is still very good ...http://ccfather.blogspot.com/2013/12/christmas-poems-first.html