Monthly Archives: December 2014

Christmas Lights

On this holy eve, I wanted to offer a few reflections on how the feast of Christmas lights the world and our hearts. Christmas lights the world by warming,  by dazzling, and by conquering the darkness. Christmas warms us. A … Continue reading

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Consecration to Mary

A crucial development in my life in the Lord occurred some 17 years after I first began to walk with Him, with my consecration to Mary, the Mother of God. She led me to a whole new level of loving … Continue reading

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The “Mother Wound”

The concept of the “father wound” is a familiar one in popular psychology; that of the “mother wound” is less so. In our frantic, exhausted society, the ability of women to mother their children is strained by careers, soccer, and … Continue reading

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