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22 january 2017 monsters under the bed today's readings: isaiah 8:23-9:3 psalms 27:1-14 (responsorial) 1 corinthians 1:10-13, 17 matthew 4:12-23 in the douay, the rsv, or the nabre with other mass texts. the lord is my light and my deliverance; whom have i to fear? the lord watches over my life; whom shall i hold in dread? psalm 27:1 on their awesome, live album, how the west was one, (myrrh, 1977) the 2nd chapter of acts annie herring shares her story of being afraid, as a young child, of monsters under her bed at night. and she was terrified that if even one tiny bit of finger leaned off the bed, the monster would eat it. she was sure that when she grew up it would go away... thing is, fears don't just go away. they come from outside of us. this story always struck me, because even in my 30s i was afraid of very stupid things - the dark, walking alone in a strange place, certain neighborhoods. i've learned there are really two ways to deal with these fears: one involves turning them over to jesus - and then walking through the fears. the other involves surrounding yourself with friends - and then walking through the fears. i've learned the fears never go away until you walk through them. it's best if the friends are christian friends... about 3 years ago? 4? anway... i went on a coffee date. we stopped on the corner of market and 5th because i had an errand to run: taking delivery of my first set of bifocals! while we were inside "site for sore eyes" an event happened. the annual west coast march for life went down the street. they tend to be a quiet lot: a lot of praying, some singing. the louder noise comes from the sidelines. my companion turned to me and said, "there go the best candidates for genocide." so, ending the date a bit early, i crossed someone off my list. and forgot about the annual west coast walk for life. but his words keep ringing in my ears: there go the best candidates for genocide. why would any sane human say such things: and him a peaceful sort, and an artist, and, by chance, a jewish person rather proud of his jewishness. they know the meaning of genocide. how did pro-lifers become candidates for, let's call it, die endlösung? equally annoying now, today, is the assumption (found on left or right) that anyone who is pro-life must support the current president. that may be if, by pro-life, you mean only "pro-foetus". pro-life addresses so much more: peace, the death penalty, healthcare, feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, housing those who seek shelter, just wages, just work, just social policies, support for adoption, support of proper education, support for immigrants and refugees. this is pro-life in the catholic (which means "whole") sense: celebrating and rescuing the divine dignity present in each human life. but pro-lifers are not allowed to play in all those other reindeer games because we are also opposed to denying the blessings of life to the unborn. i'm over 50 now, i'm allowed to have opinions on things and trust my friends to be adult about it. but there are still monsters under the bed. i've heard stories, recently, about how reactive san franciscans had become, yet it's not just san franciscans, it's pretty much everyone in america: left and right, they want to beat the crap out of people that disagree, or fire them, or run them out of town on the rails. everyone is human. everyone. humans are primates - and all primates are territorial. watching the left get really excited about a man getting sucker punched on the internet yesterday nearly made me go register for the gop, but i know the right would get really excited about the same thing if the victim was, say, the president of planned parenthood. that's where we are in this country: i'm 100% correct and you're worth beating up. so this seemed like the year some nut might try to make a few martyrs. and i wanted to be there by way of atonement and reparation, if nothing else. as it turns out all i did was keep a man carrying a banner from tripping in a small pothole. i did, however, walk the full length of the route with the dominicans of the western province, and pray the rosary. that was awesome! prayer is communion: in the quiet places on market, the parts of the financial district where there are no people on the weekends, there was this gentle rumble, "holy mary, mother of god, pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. amen." at the end of each decade, the refrain from the lourdes hymn was sung. "ave, ave, ave, maria!" and it felt like i'd known that song forever... which i have, really: that's the song of bernadette. yet more importantly i wanted to walk: to not be afraid to have an unpopular opinion. i wanted to put into play something that i believe deeply, that humanness starts at conception and never ends. that all of life, from conception to natural death and beyond, is the synergistic dance of the soul and god, and it's not our place to stop, to drop out of, or to take someone else out of that dance. i'm living, experiential proof that silence is consent - by the number of folks who just assume i agree with them and never asked. but then i never offered. i wanted to walk because, increasingly, it felt like not walking was denying my faith. how can the light shine in the galilee of the gentiles if we, who say we follow jesus, keep hiding out? it was fear that kept me from saying so: fear that keeps me, even now, worried about consequences of posting things like this. i may have walked right by my office singing the lourdes hymn (albeit on a weekend) but this is on the internet. my one time being internet famous in this century was enough for me. fear, though (i can talk about pride later) is my big bugaboo. annie says god will help me with my fear, but as i noted, you still have to walk through your fears to face them. so i did. it should start with "he is my light". if the video doesn't start in the right place (33:47), click here posted by huw richardson at 3:00 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, san francisco, tweet 20 january 2017 orange friday today's readings: hebrews 8:6-13 psalm 85:8-14 mark 3:13-19 in the douay, the rsv, and the nabre wth other mass texts. alleluia: god was reconciling the world to himself in christ, and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation. it seems correct today to comment on recent and forth-coming events in the national life of the united states. it seems, also, that the alleluia verse today invites us to such conversation. i, personally, have little to no doubt that the socio-political status of several groups in the usa is about to change. some will go up, some will go down. what else i know is it has ever been such at times of national change. what i don't know is the veracity of various predicted changes. our incoming glorious leader has shown himself to be mercurial at the least, regarding those in favour and those out of favour. i think about the man as i once felt about my boss, the presiding bishop of the episcopal church: those around him are more troublesome than the man himself. and because he is loyal, he will believe no ill of his friends nor good of his enemies. yet because he is selfish, ultimately we won't be able to predict his friendships from day to day. silos of power will be constructed, people of good faith will fall ill of power from day to day, and things will generally suck. not because of the policies of the man but because of the personality of him. so what's a christian to do? st paul would tell us, speaking from the experience of caligula and nero, that we must pray for our leaders, and that by name and in firm charity and peace. and, mindful of our alleluia, we must be ministers of god's reconciliation. that does not mean cooperation with the government, nor does it mean peaceful coexistence with injustice. it does mean living out the gospel 24/7/365. our government and much of the world functions in a zero-sum, divide and rule sort of game. our faith is all in: love. apart from the book of revelation (and that only if some readings are correct) you will find no christian text speaking evil of the emperor. this is telling. the christians of rome seemed to treat the person in front of them as god's icon for veneration, and the person not in front of them - including the emperor - as next in line for veneration. it is this attitude that most becomes us as followers of the man who gave his life for three murderers on good friday: as ransom (for barabbas), as fellow victim of roman political oppression (with the "wise thief"), and as fellow sacrifice for roman justice (with the "evil thief"). we are to stand where we are and, mindful of the road to calvary and the missions of paul, walk where we are led, serving all those who come before us as if they were christ, himself, because they are. this could mean washing the feet of homeless one day and serving a meal to rich people the next, praying with people who voted for and against what has come to pass, and trusting god that we get what we need to work out our salvation; mindful of one thing: no matter who your family, race, or religion were before, be they rich white power people, or poor people of color, christian martyrs or jewish holocaust victims... it is you, now, who is working out your salvation, not them. pray. do the right thing. pray again. repeat. this is all that is asked of us, and all that we can do. do not forget: faithful christians can never afford to settle for merely earthly ideas of justice (which are most often just legalized revenge) - for we are all equally condemned and all equally saved. our only choice is the living out of one or the other. no matter who stands before us, until he stands condemned before the great judge, it is your job to get him saved, to minister divine reconciliation to him and all with him. and to love him. full stop. repeat. posted by huw richardson at 3:00 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, tweet 19 january 2017 revealing the truth today's readings: hebrews 7:25-8:6 psalm 40:7-17 2 timothy 1:10 mark 3:7-12 in the douay, the rsv, and the nabre with other mass texts. and i told the story of thy just dealings before a great throng; be witness, lord, that i do not seal my lips. psalm 39:10 (40:10 mt) knox last saturday the men's club at st dominic's catholic church had the annual spaghetti feast. when i think of catholicism in america, i - since i'm a white european sort of person - naturally think of italians and irish. (of course at one time my own ancestral england was catholic - another story another time.) and so it will not surprise you, i think, to think of such a meal in a catholic church basement. there was a live band playing the theme from godfather! and a lot of tony bennett and frank sinatra. at one point fr h got up and sang "that's amore". you know it's a catholic church when the irish priest is singing italian songs at a spaghetti dinner! it's about the most roman catholic i've ever felt (and i'm not even one). i have long been fascinated with two eastern religions: china's taoism and japan's shintoism. something about both of these feels, to me, very orthodox, very catholic. i cannot yet put my finger on it, but it's there. on a computer i used to own (with win 2k) the image above, of some shinto shrine, used to come up from time to time as the desktop wallpaper. i can get lost in such images, imagining the the mass or divine liturgy being served in such a place. there is, of course, something not christian there, too. but it seems more paleolithic: pre-christian rather than anti-christian. the same is true of taoism for me. i keep close at hand a copy of cheng man-ching's "my words are very easy to understand", an interlinear tao te ching with commentary. and the i ching, as well, as a meditative text. again: not as objective things, in and of themselves, but something true about them, something there that points... pointing to jesus. really. what knox calls the "great throng", the nabre says is the "vast assembly". the rsv gets a bit more traditional and calls it the great congregation (language i'm used to). the douay says it's a great church. the vulgate could mean that, when it says ecclesia magna which does follow the greek, ἐκκλησίᾳ μεγάλῃ ekklesia megale. and this last does mirror the hebrew קָהָ֥ל רָֽב qahal rav. to be honest, i think the modern "assembly" and "throng" miss the point. this isn't everyone: rather it's a certain subset of everyone. qahal, ἐκκλησίᾳ, ecclesia, and in english, church, all carry the sense of "called" or, better, called out. called out of what? why, everything, everywhere. the catholic teaching is now and has always been as st justin the philosopher said in the 2nd century: but lest some should, without reason, and for the perversion of what we teach, maintain that we say that christ was born one hundred and fifty years ago under cyrenius, and subsequently, in the time of pontius pilate, taught what we say he taught; and should cry out against us as though all men who were born before him were irresponsible — let us anticipate and solve the difficulty. we have been taught that christ is the first-born of god, and we have declared above that he is the word of whom every race of men were partakers; and those who lived reasonably are christians, even though they have been thought atheists; as, among the greeks, socrates and heraclitus, and men like them; and among the barbarians, abraham, and ananias, and azarias, and misael, and elias, and many others whose actions and names we now decline to recount, because we know it would be tedious. so that even they who lived before christ, and lived without reason, were wicked and hostile to christ, and slew those who lived reasonably. but who, through the power of the word, according to the will of god the father and lord of all, he was born of a virgin as a man, and was named jesus, and was crucified, and died, and rose again, and ascended into heaven, an intelligent man will be able to comprehend from what has been already so largely said. justin says i don't want you to think that christianity imagines that the rest of the world is going to hell in a handbasket: just because jesus was born 150 years ago doesn't mean that all the world before (and much of it since) is lost. christ is the first-born of god, and we have declared above that he is the word of whom every race of men were partakers... that is to say that the seeds of christ are in all the world. ...and those who lived reasonably are christians, even though they have been thought atheists; as, among the greeks, socrates and heraclitus, and men like them... the word translated "reasonably" several times in this passage is "according to the logos" meaning, the word of god, those who live according to jesus even without knowing it. i've said it before and it's worth saying again: since jesus is the truth, then all truth is jesus. in each culture, around every human hearth, there is an "old testament" waiting to be fulfilled. the gospel will find a way - it has nothing to do with making americans into russians or greeks. it has nothing to do with making the japanese into russians, or the mayans into greeks. it has nothing to do with making those of us of western european descent into arabs or what have you. but for a long time - in the east and the west - it has had to do with exactly that. the truth of the gospel was not exported without a culture, without colonialism. the apostles ruled against such a thing in acts - gentiles do not have to become jews first before they can become christians; nor does our lady of guadalupe need to be dressed up in roman robes and blond hair. in jesus' day, a large number of people came to him also from jerusalem, from idumea, from beyond the jordan, and from the neighborhood of tyre and sidon. he told his disciples to have a boat ready for him because of the crowd, so that they would not crush him. now we have the whole world, the great church. the gospel transcends race and culture as surely as god transcends time and space. our job, as evangelists, is to declare the gospel in the community of all people called out from the world. we won't make them latins, jews, or greeks: rather if we let the gospel light shine fully they will see it and become more fully japanese, more holistically chinese, more illuminated mayans: humans as they are supposed to be, fully able to be who they are in god's image without losing their heritage in some great mediterranean soup or american melting pot. (there's nothing wrong with those last two save that we can't equate the cultures with the gospel.) if we are to declare god's word in the great congregation: how can we open up to the the languages and places of worship... the unknown gods that prefigure the truth? posted by huw richardson at 3:00 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, tweet 17 january 2017 the house of playballs today's readings: hebrews 6:10-20 mark 2:23-28 in the douay, the rsv, and the nabre with other mass texts. god is not an unjust god, that he should forget all you have done, all the charity you have shewn in his name, you who have ministered, and still minister, to the needs of his saints. but our great longing is, to see you all shewing the same eagerness right up to the end, looking forward to the fulfilment of your hope; listless no more, but followers of all those whose faith and patience are to bring them into possession of the good things promised them. hebrews 6:10-12 the comic from xkcd (above) is where i wanna start. click to embiggen, or click through to see it in it's native habitat. that sounds good, right? until, of course, you realize that the real definition of "grownup" is relative - not meaning "i can make it up" but, rather, there has to be some children around for me to be the grownup. when you become a parent, you become an adult really fast. but we live in a world where we want to make stuff up. "we don't like your silly rules. we're going to do it our way." i like to call it special-case devolution. darwinism is nearly in a class with divine revelation: but we don't think it applies to us. we are happy to regress ourselves into a perpetual, multi-generational childhood as if the rest of the human race wasn't gunning for our american place at the top of the food chain. but we've begun infecting others with our sickness. europe has succumbed, along with parts of central and southern america, all of canada... we can do whatever we want and no one makes the rules. yesterday there was the dominical quote about "new wine in old wineskins". today's quote is "the sabbath is made for man, not man for the sabbath." both of these quotes get used by the inovationists to mean that we can toss out the tradition, that we can ignore the moral teachings, that we can, essentially, be whatever we want and call it "christian" without, really, being christian. then they turn around and wonder why no one wants to come to their churches, where they pass out warm blankets and sing facing each other (because god is invisible, right?)... but with no content, no doctrine, no moral code. and no backbone. (let's read the koran in church, ok?) jesus, however, was saying "i'm god and i'm here to tell you what all this means" not, "toss out tradition and do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law." we have to keep following "all those whose faith and patience are to bring them into possession of the good things promised them." if we see that st paul and jesus, mary and joseph, st francis of assisi and st raphael of brooklyn all walked this way... we have to walk that way, too; else we're going some other place. a couple of days ago i posted about that defeated feeling of "what time have i wasted and god has done nothing with me yet?" today st paul counters, teaching god will not forget our works in his name but they are not enough: he wants us to press on, "shewing the same eagerness right up to the end." gosh, but that's annoying. it never stops: this struggle, this constant battle, this on-going fight against all my lesser energies, my evil thoughts, words, and deeds. the hardest time for me is sunday afternoon. i spend all week in work and prayer, i have chores on saturday (so that i don't waste the time on sunday) and then the gathering of the faithful, and communion with the body and blood of jesus. then boom. i'm home. resting. looking at the ceiling. and wondering how best to get in trouble - but not too much trouble. this past sunday, before and after mass, i walked: 7.5 miles over the course of the day. and i was exhausted. so there was a nap. douglas adams gets this so completely: in the end, it was the sunday afternoons he couldn't cope with, and that terrible listlessness which starts to set in at about 2:55, when you know that you've had all the baths you can usefully have that day, that however hard you stare at any given paragraph in the papers you will never actually read it, or use the revolutionary new pruning technique it describes, and that as you stare at the clock the hands will move relentlessly on to four o'clock, and you will enter the long dark teatime of the soul. (from the book, the long dark teatime of the soul) so, there i was, waiting and you know it happened. the inevitable stumble and fall and quite suddenly it was midnight - midnight! - and i was still trying to play catch-up with all the things i had intended to do. our hope... this hope in salvation. gah. ignore what the doubters say, the detractors, and the people with their cheap grace. salvation is not pie in the sky by and by when you die: it's this crappy work right now. it's remembering to turn the damned computer off and stand up and pray. this is why i have alarms set on my phone to make me do that. they play church bells, but really i've got my nexus programmed to say "listless no more!" the fall, despite what i said above, is not inevitable. we have to choose to fall. "every saint has a past. every sinner has a future." that's what pope francis has said. it's so platitudinous so you might miss the real content. st mary of egypt says this... believe me, abba, seventeen years i passed in this desert fighting wild beasts -- mad desires and passions. when i was about to partake of food, i used to begin to regret the meat and fish which of which i had so much in egypt. i regretted also not having wine which i loved so much. for i drank a lot of wine when i lived in the world, while here i had not even water. i used to burn and succumb with thirst. the mad desire for profligate songs also entered me and confused me greatly, edging me on to sing satanic songs which i had learned once. but when such desires entered me i struck myself on the breast and reminded myself of the vow which i had made, when going into the desert. in my thoughts i returned to the ikon of the mother of god which had received me and to her i cried in prayer. i implored her to chase away the thoughts to which my miserable soul was succumbing. and after weeping for long and beating my breast i used to see light at last which seemed to shine on me from everywhere. and after the violent storm, lasting calm descended. and how can i tell you about the thoughts which urged me on to fornication, how can i express them to you, abba? a fire was kindled in my miserable heart which seemed to burn me up completely and to awake in me a thirst for embraces. as soon as this craving came to me, i flung myself on the earth and watered it with my tears, as if i saw before me my witness, who had appeared to me in my disobedience, and who seemed to threaten punishment for the crime. and i did not rise from the ground (sometimes i lay thus prostrate for a day and a night) until a calm and sweet light descended and enlightened me and chased away the thoughts that possessed me. but always i turned to the eyes of my mind to my protectress, asking her to extend help to one who was sinking fast in the waves of the desert. and i always had her as my helper and the accepter of my repentance. and thus i lived for seventeen years amid constant dangers. and since then even till now the mother of god helps me in everything and leads me as it were by the hand. we can press on. let the silly people fill their churches with playballs. let the world fall apart - it's done that several times since jesus left here. but it's never to late to stand up one more time, to kneel down one more time. and to press forward one more time, following saint mary and "all those whose faith and patience are to bring them into possession of the good things promised them." posted by huw richardson at 3:00 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, tweet 16 january 2017 the new punic war the church in russia views moscow as "the third rome". it's been this way for a while. rome was rome, but then rome fell - and there was a filioque, but lay that aside as gently as you can. then constantinople was rome, and the heathen rus even tried to sack it. but then it fell to the muslims. (istanbul is constantinople, don't you know that?) so moscow became the third rome, but history has poo-pooed that as a political reality. see, the west kinda glommed onto it: charlemagne, the holy romans, napoleon, the british empire, and last, the good ole us of a, all took this place on the world stage. and, even as moscow fell, and her church as well, to the revolution, various other places became novus roma: in tempore bello. perhaps moscow has watched all of us like carthage, wandering about with elephants, ruining her place in the sun? read more » posted by huw richardson at 3:00 pm email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, history, tweet boom.rip. today's readings: hebrews 5:1-10 mark 2:18-22 in the douay, the rsv, or the nabre with other mass texts. alleluia: vivus est sermo dei et efficax, et discretor cogitationum et intentionum. alleluia: the word of god is living and effective, able to discern reflections and thoughts of the heart. from: hebrews 4:12 the alleluia verse is my text today mostly because i missed it when it came up in the regular readings last week. coming from a protestant background i'm used to hearing this verse often (especially in the king james version) as a comment on the "inerrancy" and "inspiration" of the biblical text. for the word of god is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. "quick" in the kjv's language means "alive" but this is often lost on prot preachers. it translates the word zoe, the title jesus takes to himself saying, i am the way, the truth, and the life (zoe). this text, in greek, is: ζῶν γὰρ ὁ λόγος τοῦ θεοῦ , καὶ ἐνεργής. "living is the logos of god, and energetic." the next verse makes much more sense if this is about a person rather than a book: neither is there any creature invisible in his sight: but all things are naked and open to his eyes, to whom our speech is so it is jesus (god's logos) about whom st paul writes here. it is jesus that is life indeed, and energetic. it is jesus that is "more piercing than any two edged sword; and reaching unto the division of the soul and the spirit, of the joints also and the marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart." nothing is hidden from him and we are all open to his eyes. jesus: not the flat, hardbound green things the gideons leave in empty hotel rooms in the hopes that it might magically convert someone. jesus is the infallible, inerrant word of god. if i could only get that into my head and my heart i might be able to live the gospel. you cannot pour the new wine of the gospel into your old life: you can't hold the gospel and keep being your old self. you can't so a jesus patch onto your old, tired identity politics, false humanist idea of sex and sexuality, modernist ideas of amorality and tolerance: the wineskins burst, the clothes tear. this is what is currently happening in the liberal protestant bodies, trying to hold on to their favorite parts of the world and molding the gospel thereto. even now, they imagine that they can take the gospel and pour it into the tired, old sins of the world boom. rip. like the woman bleeding for decades, the only way to find healing is for them and me to come back to jesus. posted by huw richardson at 8:52 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, tweet 15 january 2017 god's secret weapon today's readings isaiah 49:3-6 1 corinthians 1:1-3 john 1:29-34 in the douay, the rsv, or the nabre with other mass texts. et ego dixi: in vacuum laboravi; sine causa et vane fortitudinem meam consumpsi. to me, all my labour seemed useless, my strength worn out in vain. isaiah 49:4a this verse is missing from the assigned readings today. it's actually pretty prophetic of that eloi, eloi, moment on the cross, i think. more though, how much i recognize this sentiment, how much it sounds like life sometimes. the psalms are filled with this, as are the wisdom books: sometimes stuff just sucks. worse than that, it feels like nothing makes sense, like nothing you've done is of value. yesterday (saturday) was the anniversary of an event in my personal life that totally wrecked my well-under-way midlife crises. being laid off from a good job in a wonderful company, finding oneself alone and drifting can point out a lot of things: a lot of failures in life planning. the big one for me was the realization of how much of my self identity was invested in work. what i did for money held a lot of my sense of "who i am." the loss of my job felt like a loss of my me. to go with isaiah, here, "to me, all my labour seemed useless, my strength worn out in vain." i'm told that for men, this investment of self, this submersion of identity in work is a real problem. i can imagine, though, it might be so for women as well. thus the drive for women to be able to do the same work as men, right? it's founded not on a quest for equality as such, but rather on a greed for equal cultural capital in a culture that invented and sells that mistake of you-are-what-you-do. if my things-done are are without value who am i? in this mindset i took great comfort in podcasts from my friend and from this guy i follow on twitter, both named steve. both of them reminded me that it is in working out my salvation that i live out my faith, not in standing around waiting for god to reveal his plan for my life. in fact both steves suggested that was a protestant, prosperity thing that had nothing to do with anything christian. there was this one, on mediocrity, and then these two on the whole "plan for your life" thing (wait for it). in the hobbit (the book), bard the bowman has a secret weapon called "the black arrow" which never misses its mark and always is found again. bard uses the black arrow to slay the dragon smaug - its fated destiny. i'm sure in the horrid peter jackson blasphemy, bard had, perhaps, a trident warhead and maybe shot it from a large tank. here's the way it looked the first time i was ever introduced to tolkien's work (1977) isaiah is right there, ready for the punchline. in verse 2 of the same chapter, the prophet sees himself as "a arrow he has chosen out carefully, hidden yet in his quiver." god's secret weapon. "use thee i will, he (god) promises." the thing is, we do not get to pick how god will use us, nor really, will we know: god may use you to make a post on facebook that will cause someone to block you - and will haunt them until they go to church. but you may never know. steve the missionary's third video goes here, because he gets it: say your prayers, go to mass, be as obedient as you can with the resources god gives you and slowly, but surely, god will make you a blessing. and you will be blessed. where, though, does our sense of self come from, if not from the work we do? a christian's selfhood is defined in christ. he is the image of god - and we are in him, united in his sacrifice. our selfhood is so invested in him, that we were called "little christs" by the romans. st paul says that he is dead and it is christ who lives in him: that's here we all should be. in today's opening to the epistle to the church of corinth st paul makes this point. first, he calls the community of christians he founded the ekklesia. it is a noun, meaning "called out" but a few words later, he uses the same word as a verb "kletois" or "summoned to" what? we are called to holiness, being set apart for god. god has us in the quiver. we're there, intended to be used. only it's not up to us to be used, we just go through life. god will make use in his own time. if you end up in the side of a dragon, though, i'm gonna be jealous. posted by huw richardson at 3:00 am email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: fb, lectionary a1, readings, rrcreadings, tweet older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) the rosary series intro & opening prayers the joyous mysteries the luminous mysteries the dolorous mysteries the glorious mysteries closing prayers about me huw richardson i was born in atlanta, but i've lived all over: i was never in the same house for 3 christmases until i was over 40. i've not yet made it to 4. rootlessness seems to be a way of life and every time i think i'm about to root, it ends up not happening. yet i've made some amazing friends online. i've met some awesome people all over the world. i've met religious leaders and heads of state and famous movie stars. i've also managed to be debt free. i've stood on the hill of tara and touched the lia fail. it did not cry out. i've kissed the blarney stone as well, if you can't guess. i have illicitly touched ancient, holy statues to see if anything would happen and i have never used flash photography when i should not have. what's next? i don't know. part of me want's to just pick out a camper and gig my way around the world. part of me wants to own a pub in ireland and feed my soul with good music from until forever. part of me has always taught. some part of me dances whenever the moon is full. another part of me kneels in awe in the darkness as all the stars spin but the cross stands still. view my complete profile blog archive ▼  2017 (18) ▼  january (18) monsters under the bed orange friday revealing the truth the house of playballs the new punic war boom.rip. god's secret weapon let's do the timewarp again! an immodest proposal the overnighter in the fog (the bridge) all roads lead... relating in courage if you're in love, show me. poetic justice the real thing, baby. you got the wrong man-god. mommy, please? ►  2016 (103) ►  december (28) ►  november (37) ►  october (21) ►  september (4) ►  august (8) ►  april (1) ►  march (2) ►  february (1) ►  january (1) ►  2015 (60) ►  december (7) ►  november (13) ►  october (9) ►  september (11) ►  august (2) ►  july (1) ►  june (4) ►  may (2) ►  april (2) ►  march (4) ►  february (2) ►  january (3) ►  2014 (65) ►  december (6) ►  november (4) ►  october (4) ►  september (3) ►  august (3) ►  july (3) ►  june (3) ►  may (4) ►  april (10) ►  march (11) ►  february (7) ►  january (7) ►  2013 (39) ►  december (10) ►  november (12) ►  october (17) content copyright by huw richardson. use with attribution only.. simple template. powered by blogger.


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