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Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill is an author, lecturer and biblical scholar. For our Lenten reflection series she offers her own translation of many of the Psalms. She is also the co-author, with Joseph Papp, of Shakespeare Alive!
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Join us as we offer daily scripture reflections for the entire Advent season.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
Certain memories linger in our hearts with special clarity. For me, a long-ago Holy Saturday that marked the day before my reception into the Catholic Church is one of those.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
We might find the quiet peace of genuine trust if we surrendered our willfulness early and often, rather than as a last resort.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
The cup of submission, of suffering, of death itself becomes the vessel not of our punishment or of God’s wrath, but of our salvation.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
I was deeply moved by a visit to the Garden of Gethsemane and to the Church of All Nations that is accessible through the garden.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
Whether we imbibed that living water at a religious summer camp, in a youth group or simply through the regular practice of attending church with family, we are blessed by the abiding, grounding presence of God, even when we drift away.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
Although it doesn’t always seem so, waiting is an inherently hopeful activity.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
As we prepare to enter with Christ into the protracted pain and suffering of his passion and death, let us determine to reach beyond them towards the endless delight that awaits us the other side of the tomb: the delight of life with God.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
In times of trouble, our connection to God is our surest lifeboat.
FaithLent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill
Searching for God takes effort; it is not just for Sundays alone.