Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Lent 2013 Archives

Ahead of the Holidays

posted by mpratt

Are you ready, yet? No, not for this weekend. Not for the rest of this month. Are you ready for the holidays? As I type this, my fatigue level is 100 on a scale of 1-10. And just as my […]

Chronic Pain: Good Friday and The Longest Walk

posted by mpratt

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Equ0RIiulOA There is a gospel song that resonates through my spirit on Good Friday. Simply named, “Calvary,” (I’ve linked one version of it that I found on YouTube, sung by Jami Jackson at the First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn)  a traditional, […]

Chronic Illness: Our Bread and Wine

posted by mpratt

Sharing a meal with friends is a wonderful way to build fellowship, feel part of a social circle, and live wonderful occasions of love and care. For some, however, eating poses certain problems that might be mechanical (an esophagus that […]

Moments of “Holy” in Holy Week

posted by mpratt

Lent is almost over, and soon we will be raising our voices to celebrate Easter, the Resurrection of Our Lord, and a renewed sense of faith and optimism. In these last days of Lent 2013, I find myself doubling up […]

Previous Posts

A Praying Spirit: Keep Light
After Christmas, we take down our tree and the lights that adorn it. We stow away our Advent wreath, and perhaps stow away partially-used candles. We remove decorations, including

posted 10:22:59pm Dec. 27, 2014 | read full post »

Joy to the World!
Through the darkness, a light shines. It is the light of God's love, the light of our Lord, Jesus Christ! Today, Christmas, may this glorious light illuminate your heart and soul, bring peace ot you and your loved ones, and spread God's redeeming, everlasting love throughout the world. Joy to

posted 12:20:08pm Dec. 25, 2014 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: If You're Working through the Holidays
So often, we hear about "holidays" and "vacations" in the same breath that we forget that so many people might not be so fortunate as to have time off this week or next. There are the obvious workers : the first responders, servicemen and women, and medical professionals for whom work does not take

posted 10:11:57pm Dec. 23, 2014 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: Advent Week Four
Christmas is near! And no doubt your calendar is full of more things than you know you will be able to accomplish between now and the 24th. All the more reason why breaking away

posted 6:57:42pm Dec. 20, 2014 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: The Gift You Give
If medical expenses and life in general is sapping your ability to be a major gift-giver, take heart - and give it back! Yes, it isn't too late to lavish your family and friends,

posted 7:17:14pm Dec. 18, 2014 | read full post »


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