Topics: a better Lent, biblical science fiction, “made new” but still the same. Hosts: Sister Maxine, IHM, and Sister Shannon, OSF.
The birds and daffodils bring to mind the words of Pope Francis in Laudato Si: “The entire material universe speaks of God’s love.”
I found myself in new terrain this week, not sure if my Lenten daily walks were going to happen.
Earlier this week, I realized that many of my walking companions are centuries old. That’s when I also realized my daily walks are affecting the way I read Scripture.
I've walked every day of Lent, as planned. But to my surprise, the walks have taken me places I didn’t expect.
Have you given much thought to your Lenten practice this year? What are you going to do differently, what are you giving up, and how are you making a different space for God in your daily life?
The power to change your life lies within you--so how can you make your list of resolutions into a list of thanksgiving?
By incarnating, Jesus raised the dignity and preciousness of our own human form. He became enfleshed to share fully our human experience of being in a body.