Tony ends the year, the decade, and our year-long series on the seasons of faith by looking at one last paradox: The struggle between wanting to DO something, and just learning to BE.
Jo Ann and Tony continue looking at the paradoxes of Christmas, focusing on Mary’s willingness to hold in her open hands both the knowledge and the lack of knowledge of what the future would hold for her child.
With help from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Jo Ann and Tony look at the paradox of peace and conflict within the story of Christmas.
Tony and Jo Ann speak about what it means when we say “Yes” or “No” to God, and how what we really should be saying is, “As you wish.”
Tony and Jo Ann talk about the paradoxes that we find throughout life and death, belief in God, composting, and the faith of Mary, the Mother of Jesus.
Everyone can come to the table…