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Just as “Mary arose and went with haste” to share the good news of Jesus Christ, we, too, must arise with haste and share Jesus with others.
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“Talking story” is central to a pilgrimage. A pilgrim opens herself up for genuine, meaningful, and sacred encounters – conversations, if you will – with holy sites, with foreign peoples and cultures, and ultimately with the person of God.
This blog will be a collection of stories on the pilgrimage of life. The stories will be real, raw, and authentic. The blog will feature the joys, challenges, triumphs, sorrows, sites, spectacles, intricacies, beauty, and even the mundane of pilgrimage. The hope is that through talking story we can all better recognize God alive and at work in the world today.
“We expected it to be a quiet night of prayer spent on Golgotha and in Christ’s tomb…hardly so!
The Russians had decided it was time to clean the Tomb.”
Guest contributor, Laura Scheele, shares a reflection about her first Easter journey when she came into the Catholic Church through the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA).
I was recently on a pilgrimage to France tracing the roots of the Holy Cross Congregation including the sisters, brothers, and priests. Going to France,