In the Eucharist indeed, we are engaged in a different, but related kind of remembrance. As with 9/11 we are remembering a trauma, and we are striving to remember it well. For the crucifixion of Jesus is an act of terror that left the first witnesses traumatized—at least till Easter Day. And, whenever we gather at our Lord ’s table, his resurrection is made present to us in all its life-giving power.
Day: September 9, 2018
Busy-ness can be an addiction
Running the race
Luci and Jordan begin the second part of Luke’s story, the Acts of the Apostles
“…engagement with the real presence of Jesus heals, calms, casts out the tormenting spirits.”