Music Monday: This is my story

Last week I posted a song by Sarah Kroger. Today’s song is another one by the same artist, “This is my story”:

There’s a song that You sing in the morning light
O wondrous love, O wondrous love
There’s a song that You sing in my longest night

O wondrous love x 2

High on the mountain, tossed to the seas
I am remembered, You are for me
Your voice is freedom, Your word is peace
I am remembered, You are for me

This is my story, this is my song x 2

Every wound is a kiss, every thorn a grace
O wondrous love, O wondrous love
Every beat of my heart is Your highest praise
O wondrous love, O wondrous love

On wings of eagles, in valleys deep
I am remembered, You are for me
Your voice is freedom, Your word is peace
I am remembered, You are for me

This is my story, this is my song x 4

Jesus, You are my song x 6

You are my story, You are my song x 2

Mary and the Early Church (MP3)

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Yesterday, I visited St. Ignatius Catholic Church in Los Angeles. The St. Ignatius Women’s Group invited me to give a presentation on the Blessed Virgin and the Early Church. This was a a longer version of a talk I had previously given at St. Brigid’s here in San Diego.

Over the course of forty-five minutes, I told the story of my initial struggles concerning Mary and the Catholic Marian doctrines, explaining how I eventually came to see the truth and beauty in the Catholic Church’s teaching concerning the Blessed Virgin. The audio and the handout are both available for download.

Mary and the Early Church (Download)

I was invited to speak to the group at St. Ignatius by a long-time reader of this blog. If you’re also interested in having me speak to a group at your parish or at a Diocesan Theology On Tap, please see my Speaking page for examples of other recorded talks. Just send me an email and we can work out the details! 🙂

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Wise Words on Wednesday: What forms us

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Our present actions have this effect because we are forming our hearts, our minds, our desires, our goals, and our dreams. In other words, what we let into our minds and hearts now will affect us moving forward. How we let the pressures and the insecurities and the fears of life play out will affect us, and they will begin to form us

– Sarah Swafford, Emotional Virtue

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