Monthly Archives: April 2017

Our Eternal Marriage


Patricia and I were two halves that together complete wholeness. Pat and I were the starting point in the sacrament of marriage where God joins two entities into one. When something is whole, it is unchanging and complete. So, when, … Continue reading

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This is my body given for you!


Eventually C. S. Lewis accepted the presence of Joy, his departed wife, though he believed it was not the soul but her intellect. He speaks of the experience, “It was incredibly unemotional. Just the impression of her mind momentarily facing … Continue reading

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Happy Easter! He is risen!


The writings on grief are filled with survivors blaming God for their loss and as a result abandoning their faith. Some religions try to comfort the bereaved by saying it was God’s will and there are some that say the … Continue reading

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Graven image vs Real presence


C. S. Lewis’ fear that the real image of his wife, Joy, would be replaced by his memories of her changed by what he wanted her to have been or remembered her to have been without the parts that he … Continue reading

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GOD and US


Pat wrote, “Perhaps it is enough simply to believe the spirit does not died.”  We all have some doubts about life after death. I can’t imagine that there isn’t life after death but there is still that little nagging occasional … Continue reading

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