I saw two things yesterday that made me remember a third and that tapped into something that I’ve been thinking quite seriously about for a while now. The first was Kyle Oliver’s post on Formation with Young Adults. Do read the whole thing, but these are some of the lines
Since my previous post, I’ve been able to log some significant time getting bugs fixed and features added to the new code base. Morning Prayer in the new format is here: http://breviary.stbedeproductions.com/test/Morning_79_BCP.html I’m happy to announce that Evening Prayer can now be found here: http://breviary.stbedeproductions.com/test/Evening_79_BCP.html But…you might be saying…what if I don’t
I have a new post up over at GodSpace; it’s quite appropriate for the end of Lent, I think. Enjoy! More posts once I get over a nasty stomach bug…
I’m in the final stages of edits for my next book, the one on prayer book spirituality. It finally has a title: Inwardly Digest: The Prayer Book as Guide to a Spiritual Life. As I went through the section on the Calendar yesterday morning, I realized that while I’d talked
A friend of mine just linked to this article on creating a life plan that is a promo for a new book on the topic coming out soon. I’m seeing more and more of a theme here. I subscribe to Pixel of Ink which sends me a daily email of free and reduced-cost Kindle
Episode 8 of the Psalmcast is up! This one is on Psalm 27, the psalm appointed for the Second Sunday in Lent in Year C of the Revised Commn Lectionary. The image for the show comes from page 119 of the St. Alban’s Psalter.
As Lent swiftly approaches, here are a few things to remind you about as you consider how to keep a holy Lent… Forward Movement has launched a new faith-in-families resource site called GrowChristians.org. Fr now, it’s conceived as a Lenten trial. If the responses is good, it may well continue
Here’s Episode 7 of the Psalmcast on Psalm 99, the psalm appointed for the Last Sunday after the Epiphany in Year C. The guest appearance today is from my cat Tenebrae. Apparently he felt that he didn’t get quite enough exposure by being the one of the February models in
This episode of the psalmcast looks at Psalm 19, the psalm appointed for the Third Sunday after Epiphany, Year C, in the Revised Common Lectionary. The image is Christ departing the tabernacle in the sun from f.10v of the Utrecht Psalter. Too, the Psalmcast has its own Facebook page now!
I’ve mentioned before the work of Dr. Kate Thomas, currently at the University of York. She is a medievalist who works with topics like medicine, lived religion, and Anglo-Saxon lay and monastic devotion. I just discovered that she has a (relatively) new blog called For the Wynn. If you like