Tag Archives: #lent2011


I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to finally post my final blog entry for #lent2011.  Lent is nothing without Easter! So here it is… Actually, I really feel my celebration is the Triduum and Easter Sunday is somewhat … Continue reading

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My final few #Lent2011 posts are now so overdue that it almost seems pointless but I will finish what I started. There are three days which form the Easter Triduum: Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Vigil.  Here is my … Continue reading

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Holy Week

At the end of my last blog post I had the idea that I would at least make the effort to post every day in Holy Week.  Well that just didn’t happen.  If I was completely honest with myself, it … Continue reading

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A low ebb

Since my last post, where I was suffering from writer’s block, I’ve managed to do a little study…although not as much as I would have liked. I’ve mucked around with the girls at work.  They are a great group of … Continue reading

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Staying on track

It’s been ages since I blogged.  I’ve had so much going on both personally and professionally.  There are changes swirling all around almost every aspect of my life.  It’s hard to find a rock to cling to. Even now I’m … Continue reading

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Astute readers of this blog and those who spend time with me in real life might have picked up on the fact that I haven’t really been myself lately.  I’ve mentioned the emotional rollercoaster that I’ve been on (here and … Continue reading

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A prayer for friends

This past week has been a pretty horrible one.  There was no one thing that made it so but rather a catalogue of factors which conspired against me to erode my otherwise chipper self. I could use this as a … Continue reading

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