43.5, Weds., April 12, 2023

Historical setting: 602 C.E. Luxeuil We’re celebrating the Feast of the Resurrection today, by the Irish calendar, that is. The somber chanting turns to halleluiahs, and after the familiar but still confusing readings from the gospels for this time we are all supposed to be happy again, just as we were when Jesus sat atContinue reading “43.5, Weds., April 12, 2023”

Post #31.6, Thurs., April 14, 2022

Historical setting: 589 C.E. In the Vosges Mountains          My thoughts seem always on Ana. Confessing the sinful distraction would give me another chance to say her name aloud. And by this time my tonsure is hidden in the curls of a layman and my thoughts of Ana are simply part of my gratitude. ThankContinue reading “Post #31.6, Thurs., April 14, 2022”