Tag Archives: Centering Prayer

When Prayer Apparently Yields a Bloody Lip

Let’s consider that great theologian Frank Capra’s classic lesson about prayer. Yes, I’m talking about that incisive spiritual treatise we know as the movie, “It’s A Wonderful Life.”     Believe it or not, Capra addresses the issue I mentioned … Continue reading

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Walking Around the Castle – Walking Around the Gap

I posted three photographs in the last blog entry.  I hoped they’d illustrate that when you live in a place for a length of time, you begin to see depth and nuance you don’t see when you just pass through. … Continue reading

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