"And even when tranquility begins to come back, or in those moments when grief eases, it is not clear where that relief comes from. The healing process, too, feels as though it’s part of some natural or divine process beyond individual control."
haha, well, all on the same trip at least. (it was my mom's 60th b-day, so all us siblings converged on her in phoenix, it was great!) long time indeed! good to hear from you, hope you're well as well!
It's an honor to be running for such a great cause. ARDF does responsible, cooperative relief and development work in some of the most needful places. This season they are particularly focused on educational needs especially among women in places like the South Sudan, but they have also coordinated a diverse number of other projects. If you like, you can read more here: http://anglicanaid.net/
We had the bishop with us at St. Peter's on Easter morning, which was a great honor for such a little parish in a humble corner of Pennsylvania! Celebrated four baptisms (including two adults!), five confirmations, and wound up with almost standing room only. A very exciting way to enter Easter season...