Tag: death

Book Review: Confessions of a Funeral Director by Caleb Wilde

“…the room went from tears to laughter at the drop of a snot.” It is quips like this that make Caleb Wilde’s book so real. I had purchased it almost as soon as it came out last year and I am sorry that it… Continue Reading “Book Review: Confessions of a Funeral Director by Caleb Wilde”

Living into Holy Week

Mark 14:1-15:47 We have traveled many miles and through the millennia these past five weeks to reach our Passion Narrative from Mark today. It is a narrative that has its roots in the promises of our Jewish ancestors. It is a narrative that shatters… Continue Reading “Living into Holy Week”

Sit and Be, A reflection for a Blue Christmas

John 1:1-5, 14 There is a reason that we have a Blue Christmas Service near the longest night of the year. The day that has the least amount of sunlight, in the midst of what most people assume is a joyous time of year.… Continue Reading “Sit and Be, A reflection for a Blue Christmas”

Book Review: The Abbey by James Martin, SJ

James Martin ventures into the world of the novel with excellence! Previously having written other books away from the fiction genre, his offering in The Abbey is great and one that can and should be shared with others on their own faith journey. Following… Continue Reading “Book Review: The Abbey by James Martin, SJ”