In today’s gospel reading Jesus tells a man who had been lame for 38 years to pick up his mat and walk. The mat marked his place by the pool. If he picked up his mat and walked away, he might lose his place. This was his place, this is where he hung out, where…Read more »

Remembering to Forget

Earlier this week I came across this quote by Paul Minear: “The present disclosure of divine will demands the forgetting of what should be forgotten and the remembering of what should be remembered.” If you’re like me, I often forget the things I want to remember, and remember events I wish I could forget. Some…Read more »