The season of Eastertide is nearly over, with the feast of Pentecost this coming Sunday, marking its fiftieth and final day.
I love that the feast of Pentecost doesn’t begin another season but instead serves as a capstone and sending to the season of Eastertide. After a season filled with the celebration of new Life, the feast of Pentecost is a time to recognize the life that burns within and sends us with that flame to light the ordinary days that follow.
In today’s episode of the Sacred Ordinary Days Podcast Jenn and I are talking about the history of the feast of Pentecost and our experiences of the Holy Spirit, and also exploring prompts and practices to help us follow the thread of the Holy Spirit (or as I like to say, Sacred Guide) in our everyday lives.
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How do you mark Pentecost? In what languages can you spread your Good News? What is burning within you?
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