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  • Deacon Dan Wright serves the Diocese of Austin, Texas. His work outside the parish is as a special education teacher serving students with significant cognitive disabilities.



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April 02, 2007


forget me not

This is so true. Every year, especially during Lent, I seem to undergo some kind of overhaul...sometimes traumatic. But something special always comes of it, with time. It truly is in tune with the seasons of nature. New life abounds everywhere!


Amen to both of you.

Speechless is a good thing, and a sweet way to put it.


I think getting in touch with the rhythm of nature plays a big role in the spiritual life, not just in the liturgical year as a whole, but daily, as we can see in the rhythm of monastic life, or in the Liturgy of the Hours.

Happy Easter, deacon dan!

marco frisbee (Paul Stokell)

I echo the Amen.

After all the moments of fasting hunger, frustrations with Lenten discipline and falling down all the time (spiritually, anyway) it all ends up the same. Easter comes and the joy is irrepressible. Jesus loves us and teaches us and saves us anyway, and we're free to love Him right back.

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