Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Rocks tumbled down the rugged sloping ground and dust spun like little tops as Egeria, a nun from early fourth-century Galicia, climbed toward the rocky summit of Mount Sinai. From that craggy point, she gazed at a world she defined by the holy sites mentioned in the Bible. And from there we saw beneath us … More Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Pilgrimages, or, “Life is Too Big to Walk it Alone”: “The Way” by Sheen and Estevez*

Arriving at your destination is not actually the goal, but rather the journey itself – a metaphor for life obviously, as so many spiritual and secular thinkers alike have written – and the journey can be the all in all. Appropriately, last night I was one of 2500 lucky people to attend a preliminary screening … More Pilgrimages, or, “Life is Too Big to Walk it Alone”: “The Way” by Sheen and Estevez*

Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup

Rocks tumbled down the rugged sloping ground and dust spun like little tops as Egeria, a nun from early fourth-century Galicia, climbed toward the rocky summit of Mount Sinai. From that craggy point, she gazed at a world she defined by the holy sites mentioned in the Bible. And from there we saw beneath us … More Peregrinations and Pilgrimages: Egeria and the Flour Soup