Lately I have been involved in several projects that make me really glad I have been keeping up with the liturgical reflections on this blog. Today I just turned in the latest "installment" toward my full assignment for a new book of seasonal meditations. The first book was "Lenten Grace," to which I contributed a measly two meditations (all I had time for!). Then came "Advent Grace" (two more meditations; it's a short season). Last month I met my deadline for the upcoming volume "Easter Grace" and today I sent in the third of ten installments for a two-volume edition of "Everyday Grace." I have combed my previous blog posts for anything at all that reflects the liturgical readings, and for the most part, I have at least found a little something to work with: a real grace, as far as I'm concerned!
Want to know the best part?
The editor of the project is Sister Grace.
Catholic sister (nun) of the Daughters of St. Paul, an international community founded in 1915 for evangelization in the world of communication. Singer, writer and speaker for Pauline Books & Media (US) currently working on digital projects for my community and its publishing ministry.