Feast of St. Martha (July 29, 2013): Imagining a Conversation

Today is the Feast of St. Martha. It is also two days away from the Feast of St. Ignatius of Loyola. As such, I thought it would be helpful tie these two themes together. Lacking the originality and talent to do so myself, I will reblog a wonderful post from Claire Bangasser.

Claire is a self-described cosmic pilgrim (as Claire would accurately say, we all are) who is a visionary writer and traveler, not to mention a deeply spiritual person. I strongly recommend following Claire’s blogs, the current one “A Seat at the Table” which Michael Leach named one of the Top 5 Catholic blogs at the Loyola Press blog.

Claire had literally followed the paths of St. Ignatius in her travels and her figuratively in her writings as they are deeply imbued with Ignatian Spirituality. A prime example is the blog above she imagines a conversation with Martha and Mary after the resurrection of Christ.

About William Ockham

I am a father of two with eclectic interests in theology, philosophy and sports. I chose the pseudonym William Ockham in honor of his contributions to philosophy, specifically Occam's Razor, and its contributions to modern scientific theory. My blog (www.teilhard.com) explores Ignatian Spirituality and the intersection of faith, science and reason through the life and writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (pictured above).
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2 Responses to Feast of St. Martha (July 29, 2013): Imagining a Conversation

  1. claire46 says:

    You are very kind. Thank you.

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