Thursday, November 4, 2010
24:15 Rhythm Of The Year
Dark becomes light; spring turns into summer, summer into autumn, autumn to winter and back again to spring. The weeks and months have a rhythm that mark the days of our lives, giving them structure and meaning, and act as signposts along the way. The seasons are comfortable returning friends, always the same yet somehow different as they gather experiences, memories, and deepening understanding. We mark special days, anniversaries, feasts, and ordinary days on our calendars as reminders.
The Church also has her own calendar, her own feasts, holy days, special celebrations, ordinary time -- her own rhythm. We need to be attuned to her seasons, her rising and falling tides in order to be grounded in our Faith and to make sense of it all.
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