Human beings maybe were not made for the sabbath, but we are made for fellowship. We are made for communion. Human beings are made by God, created to challenge the divisions of our world and to come together.
Following Jesus can put you at odds with the world. Following Jesus can put you at odds with you friends, and your denomination, and your political party. Following Jesus can get you in trouble. Daniel Berrigan, the famous Jesuit activist, likes to say, “If you want to follow Jesus, you better look good on wood.”
Mike: In the last post, we poked the bear. Jason, you asked whether the Eucharistic prayers needed to be read verbatim. People responded, a lot. Jason: Thanks to everyone for the feedback over social media. It’s nice to know that this is a dialog that folks care about. Mike: I’m convinced we need to be ableContinue reading “Liturgy for Lent: 8 Essential Actions for Eucharist”