God doesn’t ask us to be heedless of danger and peril; but rather to not let it stop us from putting our love into action
Day: July 19, 2020
How does this parable speak to our lives today?
Everything is still different. In this episode, we invite you into some conversation about what it is that we are all doing with liturgy and music during this pandemic.
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“Parables are like onions, replete with layer upon layer of meaning. Was Matthew wrong, or is there some other way of understanding? Human judgment is itself the devil’s child, the strangling weed that wraps around all our good grain. How will it happen that we slip out of either-or thinking into a new reality? When we do that, what gets burned away? The “end of the age” may be a time of accounting that has nothing to do with space and time in the natural world, and it may not happen for everybody at the same point and in the same way.”