Monthly Archives: November 2016

Days of Waiting–Day Two: The Darkest Hour

“No hour of the darkness ever seems to be so long As the still, lonely hour, just before the dawn. Crying tears of loneliness, overcome by fear Searching the skies so desperately for the first light to appear I will … Continue reading

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Days of Waiting–Day One: How We Wait

The Christian liturgical calendar has really two big periods of note: Lent and Advent. And while there are a number of other feast days and celebrations, between which we mark the weeks in “ordinary time,” these two seasons represent key … Continue reading

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