Tag: knowledge

A Lesson from the Ostrich – Job 38:17

 February 13, 2019

Each Monday morning I spend an hour in quiet contemplation at the adoration chapel at St. Joseph church. I love this time. Time to just sit with God and see what God has in store for me. I usually read the psalm that I am blogging about that week. Little did I expect to learn […]

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Psalm 49: Who is the Prudent One

 December 3, 2018

Who is the prudent one? What does it mean to be prudent? Psalm 49 gives us a clue. In canon law studies, the question was always, what would the prudent man do? To be prudent, according to Webster, is to be shrewd in management of practical affairs, to be cautious, discreet, judicious, foresighted, sensible and […]

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Psalm 46: Be Still and Know

 November 12, 2018

In a world full of noise and activity, Psalm 46 reminds us of the importance a being still and listening to our God. Our Noisy World In his book, The ScrewTape Letters, C.S. Lewis has the devil, ScrewTape, giving instructions to his disciple, Wormwood, on how to lead humans astray. When Wormwood comes up with […]

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The Humility of Thomas Aquinas, Great Theologian

 January 28, 2017

Ordinary Time – Feast of St. Thomas Aquinas “Straw, all straw,” Thomas Aquinas is reputed to have said on his deathbed, referring to all of his great theological works. His was a great mind. Creator of the Summa Theologica, the great synthesis of Greek and Christian thought, his works have been studied and quoted by […]

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Francis de Sales – Golden Counsels

 January 24, 2017

Ordinary Time “Be patient with everyone, especially yourself,” part of the Golden Counsels of St. Francis de Sales. Golden nuggets, sifted from a life time of devotion, simple, straight forward, practical and helpful. Gold, found in its natural form, sifted by prospectors from amidst rocks and sand, is not like the gold we wear in […]

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We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

 September 19, 2014

When it comes to technology, I don’t know what I don’t know. I can’t even ask the right questions because it takes some knowledge to do this. I recently watched a young friend as she copied a piece of video, saved it to my computer then compressed it into a zip file so it didn’t […]

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Asking the Right Question

 June 6, 2014

“Does knowing that God might frustrate your plans bring you comfort?” Sometimes a question can be worth a thousand words. This question, asked by Jeanelle Reider in her book, The One Voice that Matters, speaks volumes about God’s will and following God’s will. It is better than twenty treatises on the subject. It states simply […]

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