Violets in the mountains

The violets in the mountains have broken the rocks.

This quote, from Tennessee Williams’ play Camino Real, was used in this year’s Easter sermon at my church.  It was used as Tennessee Williams’ epitaph, and as the text on the construction sign at a Boston church during a building project.  It evokes a mysterious quality of beauty and faithfulness.

What will you find here?

Initially, writings about the context for the Old Testament readings in the Revised Common Lectionary.  In general, musings about life and faith.
 
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