A Body, Though One, Has Many Parts

A Body, Though One, Has Many Parts

In the Christian New Testament, 1 Corinthians 12-31, Saint Paul creates a metaphor of a diverse community by describing the interrelationship of the parts of the body, much in the same way Aesop did in his fable, The Belly and the Members: Now if the foot should say,...
The Crowded Home

The Crowded Home

Nasrudin was talking to his neighbor one day, and the neighbor lamented, “I’m really having trouble fitting my family in our small house. It’s me, my wife, my three kids, and my mother-in-law-all sharing the same cottage. Mulla Nasrudin, you are a...
Pangur Bán: A Scholar and his Cat

Pangur Bán: A Scholar and his Cat

Pangur, white Pangur, How happy we are Alone together, scholar and cat Each has his own work to do daily; For you it is hunting, for me study. Your shining eye watches the wall; My feeble eye is fixed on a book. You rejoice, when your claws entrap a mouse; I rejoice...
Compassion Here! This Week in SATX

Compassion Here! This Week in SATX

Above: Peace Pals, an after school program for children grades 1st – 5th in the surrounding neighborhood of Divine Redeemer Presbyterian Church, prepared seven buckets of cleaning supplies to send to areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. The program offers an...