Love To the End — A Maundy Thursday Sermon

He loved them to the end, bending down in humiliation before them to wash their feet. He loves them—and you and me—to the end, bending down in humiliation and death into the very heart of the earth—his blood shed to cleanse and wash away the sin of the world, his body given and broken that we would be healed and made whole.

Letter & Liturgy

Christian Reviews of Ideas and Culture

Chris Damian

Catholicism, (homo)eros, and everthing else

Paradiso

"To live, to love is to be failed, to forgive, to have failed, to be forgiven, for ever and ever." Gillian Rose

Blowing on the Embers

seeking the sacred in the ordinary