Browsing the March 2021 archive of Deacon Wilson's Wisdom


Posted by Kellee Chwala on 3/25/21

            During these last few weeks you have no doubt noticed a variety of Easter displays of colorful baskets of various sizes filled with furry and eatable bunnies, and a multicolored array of candy and eggs.  While these displays are hard to miss, they pale in size and number ... Read More »


Posted by Kellee Chwala on 3/23/21

            Each Ash Wednesday we look toward far-off Easter, wondering what events, happenings, or experiences might make this Lenten journey unique and memorable.  However, soon after we are marked with ashes, we find ourselves encountering the daily events that take up much of our time and energy.  Reflecting on ... Read More »


Posted by Kellee Chwala on 3/18/21

               The familiar phrase, “The road less traveled…” comes from a poem written by the great American poet, Robert Frost.  Perhaps you might remember it: “Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, and sorry I could not travel both and be one traveler.  Long I stood and looked down ... Read More »


Posted by Kellee Chwala on 3/11/21

Some people never get lost.  No matter where they are, they have a built-in sense of direction that allows them to find their way. Others however, get lost easily!  Following directions doesn’t help much.  Over and over they ask, “Say again,” and then after further instruction, after writing directions ... Read More »


Posted by Kellee Chwala on 3/02/21

  In our Gospel Jesus, who is often described as “meek and humble of heart,” made “a whip out of cords and drove them (merchants and money changers) out of the temple area.  …Take these out of here, and stop making my Father’s house a marketplace.”   His words and ... Read More »