Angels in the laundry

I think angels are like children- always innocent, always trying to get our attention when we think we’re too busy to play. I think angels are like children- sometimes hiding with a grin under the laundry we need to fold, hoping to pounce and make us smile. I think angels are like children – sometimes […]

After the death of a child

Devastated by the loss of a child, we find ourselves searching the heavens for answers. I know you can’t feel it right now, but can you see the beauty in all these hearts¬†opening to the mysteries of Divine Love? They’re blooming like flowers, basking in a Light that’s helping them grow. I want you to […]

Between two worlds

I feel like I’m toeing the line between two worlds. Trying to please One and survive in the other- I guess that’s the job of a mystic.

Always available

The saints are just friends I can call at any hour, without waking anyone up- that’s what they’re here for. What would I do without them?

When you’re asked to walk a high road

Sometimes we choose to climb mountains. We’re up for a challenge, so we buy maps and boots and join monasteries. Other times, we’re forced to climb. We’re kidnapped by heartache, left in the wilderness- alone with our prayers. Sometimes when we’re asked to walk a high road, it feels more like we’re being left for […]

Where we get derailed on the spiritual journey

Inevitably, experiences like betrayal, illness, heartbreak and grief change our lives. The question is: for better or worse? I think suffering is the crossroads of our journey toward God. If we process our trials with faith, we can stay on track, developing attributes of forgiveness, patience, wisdom and understanding. We can grow spiritually, learning to […]

Keeping faith through the sorrows of life

I don’t like it when people describe winning or losing a battle with cancer. As passionate as I am about the power of healing prayer, I think the real battle is whether or not we will persevere in faith through trials like cancer, whether we’re cured or not. This week, a seven-year-old little boy in […]