John 20:1-18, The Firstborn of All Creation

To see the resurrection of Christ in terms of the birthing of the divine nature in our own humanity and as the nuptial reunion and fulfillment of the divine “face” and our own. . . . → Read More: John 20:1-18, The Firstborn of All Creation

Personal Reflections on Holy Saturday

This day, Holy Saturday, the day when Christ rested, His work completed, in Sabbath repose, the day when He rested in the feminine earth, in a womb of rock, was the day of my mother’s death, on April 2, 1994. It was an entire lifetime away for my younger daughter, and at this . . . → Read More: Personal Reflections on Holy Saturday

John 12:1-19, Jesus Anointed King with Nard

[April 17, 2011] Today we consider two very significant passages, the anointing of Jesus by Mary of Bethany on the eve of His proclamation as King, and this proclamation as He was paraded into the City of David. In Bruno Barnhart’s commentary (based on Peter Ellis’ work), the first part ends the horizontal . . . → Read More: John 12:1-19, Jesus Anointed King with Nard