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Deep in the Darkness QUANTUM THEOLOGY - May 14, 2015 I love Rilke's Book of Hours , both the original German and Joanna Macy and Anita Barrows' spare and sharp translation . The end of this poem in German sounds like wind chimes stirred by a late night breeze to me, barely rippling the still coolness of the night: Gott aber dunkelt tief... But deep in the darkness is God. I, 50 I come home from the soaring in which I lost myself. I was song, and the refrain which is God is still roaring in my ears. Now I am still and plain: ...http://quantumtheology.blogspot.com/2015/05/deep-in-darkness.html
Enlightened by Faith GOTTA SING GOTTA PRAY - May 7, 2015 ... Anita Ahuja, is a beautiful and simple prayer book for catechumens and candidates. It is also available as an e-book . Many parishes keep multiple copies on hand (there is quantity pricing) for those on the initiation journey. Here's a sample of one of the prayers for the period of the catechumenate: The Call Gracious Lord, thank you for seeing the beauty of my soul and accepting me as I am. I am humbled by your faith in me and grateful for your embrace. I seek to know the ...http://gottasinggottapray.blogspot.com/2015/05/enlightened-by-faith.html
The Problem With Carmen TEA AT TRIANON - April 25, 2015 http://teaattrianon.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-problem-with-carmen.html
Holocaust Survivor Can't Talk in Schools Because of the "C" Word CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - January 29, 2015 The "C-word" is, of course, Christ. Anita Dittman survived Hitler and the Nazis. Born Jewish, she became a Christian during the Holocaust. And it's that part of her story which is verboten in public schools today. WND : Jews met their death, gave her cause to reflect once again on life under the Nazis. Her message is different now, she says, much different than when she first went public in 1978 with her experience as a Holocaust survivor. Could it happen here? "When I ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2015/01/holocaust-survivor-cant-talk-in-schools.html