Sunday, I rest: I go to Mass and hear the words of the priest. Today, I return to my daily reflections, at thinking coram deo, and I offer it with my prayers, in thanksgiving, for everyone who reads it. May God richly bless us this Lent, as we seek him with contrite hearts.
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Saturday after Ash Wednesday
I have been very grateful for the comments from Saintly Sages on previous posts. These Lenten reflections are simply a part of my own discipline. Blogging them is a form of accountability; thanks to Wesley Hill, for sharing a link to thinking coram deo on Ash Wednesday and adding some incentive!
I first tried something like this in 2009, on paper. Over the past 5 years, I have gradually typed up those daily meditations and shared them with others. I would love to make those available in published form, perhaps for next Lent. All the feedback and comments on the meditations on my blog will be of immense help as I revise that manuscript. So thanks, for reading and for commenting. Today’s post is at thinking coram deo as usual.
For my sins, I will be blogging (daily if I can manage it) over at thinking coram Deo, where I restrict myself to reflection on the daily Mass readings. Today, it’s Psalm 51 , and the beginning of Lent.