Meinrad Craighead Praying with Images


All is Sacred. We have but to Open to It in Our Life


All is Sacred

 And while I stood there I saw more than I can tell and I understood more than I saw; for I was seeing in a sacred manner the shapes of all things in the spirit, and the shape of all shapes as they must live together like one being.

Black Elk

Sacred is the Rhythm
of All Creation 

Sacred is the Bowl that Holds the Water of Life

               Sacred is a Time of Deep Connection to the  Source of All That Is

Sacred is the Breath that Breaths all Life

New Way of "Seeing"





“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ~ Henry Miller

Mary Magdelene Wife of Jesus







Jesus Wife Mentioned In Old Scrap Of Papyrus

Does Ancient Document Prove Jesus Was Married?

Did Jesus have a wife? An ancient that is 1600 years old and just recently translated says that Jesus refers to having a wife, according to a from CBS News.

This bit of information is challenging what Christians have long believed about Jesus, that he was a single and celebrate man. It could also influence the standing of women in the Roman Catholic Church, which has long dictated that only men could be priests, and following in Jesus’ example, remain celebrate and unmarried.

The document was in the hands of a private collector and translated by Harvard University’s Dr. Karen King, who after examining it with other colleagues, says that the document is an authentic one.

“If the second century date of composition is correct, the fragment does provide direct evidence that claims about Jesus’ marital status first arose over a century after the death of Jesus in the context of intra-Christian controversies over sexuality, marriage, and discipleship,” King wrote in the paper with colleague AnneMarie Luijendijk, a professor of religion at Princeton University.

“If it is what it purports to be, then it’s the first of its kind to show up,” said Bart Ehrman, a religious-studies expert and author at the University of North Carolina.

“We certainly didn’t have anything like that before.”

Ehrman notes that the reference in the text to Jesus’ wife doesn’t mean he actually had a wife.


All is Sacred

Prayer to the Sacred 
All things are sacred and holy for God dwells in All That Is.
May I be awakened to the sacredness in All that I “see”.
                                                                 Joy Hellman 

I Call Forth My Monastic Muse

My monastic self is filled with deep understanding
And has the wisdom of the ages. She is the one who guides me in my daily life and my life journey as she sits quietly reflecting within my inner world. She holds the leys to the kingdom and the secrets of the universe. She speaks softly to me and her messages are of peace, love and truth. She brings gifts and blessings of beauty. My monastic Self teaches me to believe, to have faith as small as mustard seed and reminds me of the true meaning behind all that happens. She guides me in my life path and shows me in small signs my life purpose. I call upon my Monastic Self this day to keep me centered as I go about my activities. I am empowered by the inner chant. . May I create and express love and beauty. I am my outer self, I am my Monastic Self. They both live within me.