This video claims that this is Beguine chant from a 16th century Amsterdam psalter. I don’t know if it’s true, but it’s lovely nonetheless. ~
Monday was Canadian Thanksgiving. How does darning a sock, Ursula K. LeGuin, the Amish and Post-War rationing teach us to love and serve the Lord? We do a pious act when we acknowledge that the things we have are not of our own making. I
I am not an expert pray-er. In fact, I’m a lousy pray-er. I’m certainly the worst oblate in the world. I just wanted to get that out there from the start. Some time ago, I went to visit some sisters in another part of Italy.
Taking a quick little trip over to England to do some meetings. (Someone else is paying! Woot!) Back Wednesday. Here… have some more nuns. ~
… good for what ails ye. Also, bone broth. Lots and lots of bone broth. ~