Ultimately I Believe!

June 6th, 2018 By punkpriest

Ultimately I believe! Mark 12:18-27 The Sadducee’ s argue with  Jesus over life after death and divorce, and Jesus basically ignores their questions, and answers opaquely. He knows this debate takes away from the reality of the pain of people in their daily lives. I have been having a messaging conversation with people in my […]

A Taxing Getaway

June 5th, 2018 By punkpriest

A TAXING GETAWAY Mark 12:13-17 Robert Kennedy “What we need in the United States is not division. .not hatred. . but love and wisdom, and compassion toward one another, and a feeling of justice towards those who suffer within our country, whether they be black or white.” There is a quote that speaks to me […]

A Liberating Reality

June 3rd, 2018 By punkpriest

A Liberating Reality “But then, little by little, I began to understand, as never before, that he was present in the emptiness, in the waiting.” Carlo Carretto Yesterday I had a meeting with a therapist who has been evaluating me for the other work I do, and knowing therapists I never know where they are […]

Peniel, June, 2018

June 1st, 2018 By punkpriest

PENIEL “Where Jacob Wrestled With God and Survived”   Temenos Catholic Worker P.O. Box 642656 San Francisco, CA 94164 415-305-2124 Temenos@gmail.com www.temenos.org (pay pal) June, 2018—Pride Month—“Generations of Strength” and the Season of Pentecost Fr. River Damien Sims, D.Min., D.S.T.,  Director ——————————————————————————————————– Journal of An Alien Street Priest The season of Pentecost issues in with […]