Daily Archives: August 24, 2012

Exhortation: Blessed are the Hungry

Human history begins in hunger, and hunger—whether for bread or for land or for glory or for God—motivates much of human history. Hunger is a sign of our radical dependence. This is why Jesus says: “Blessed are you who hunger … Continue reading

Posted in Communion Meditation | Leave a comment

Tolkien and the Hobbit

In preparation for my interview with Mark Horne for Trinity Talk and my biography Sunday School at Providence on J.R.R. Tolkien, I have been re-visiting some old works and exposing myself to some new ones on the creator of Middle-Earth. … Continue reading

Posted in Tolkien | 1 Comment

The Political Discourse Continued…

The political discourse is uglier today than it was in the last two campaigns I have followed (04 & 08). However, I have attempted to find some equilibrium between the side that says that the Republican Party has completely lost … Continue reading

Posted in Politics | Leave a comment