- A Cry From the Depths
- Your Spiritual Journey: A Straight Line or a Series of Circles?
- Holy Week and Politics
- What Does It Mean To Be An American?
- Looking For Light
- A New Year: Walking With God
- When Government Believed in the People: the WPA
- Is The End Nigh?
- Endings and Beginnings
- A Surreal Time
- The Triumph of the Feminine in Shakespeare
- The First Will Be Last
- The Eye of the Storm
- The Courage to Live
- Awe, the Missing Ingredient
Category Archives: Travel
“You are the light of the world … let your light shine before others” (Matthew 5:14-16) I was in London in December, when the days are the shortest of the year. It rained a lot and there was a snowstorm, … Continue reading
During our recent travels Jean and I have discovered a few of the treasures of the Works Progress Administration (1935-1943). The delightful Riverwalk in San Antonio and in San Francisco the Ocean Beach Chalet (with its splendid murals and views) … Continue reading
Chaucer opens his Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by telling us that with the prospect of Spring (“Lent” in old English) peoples’ thoughts turn to pilgrimages. For a longtime pilgrimages would be the only form of travel beyond the local … Continue reading