• Commentary

    Theology by Beyonce: The 2017 Grammys Version – Did you miss it?

    via GIPHY – Thanksgiving to God for the gift of family and the people around us!   – Voicing humanity’s bond to the cross of pain and loss – oft unspoken. – Affirming, in every race, beauty, intelligence and capability! Dare we say? – The image of God that raises us above our discomfort and darkness.     – A vision that blesses us with the hope to transcend our sufferings and mistakes toward a land, Dare we say? – A kingdom, of life, light and grace. Amen! Read Bey’s full remarks… “Thank you so much. Hi, baby. Thank you to the Grammy voters for this incredible honor and, thank you to…

  • JustLove

    59th Grammy Awards & Lincoln’s Birthday

    On this week’s  JustLove episode, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan will be speaking with two guests about the 59th Grammy Awards and Lincoln’s Birthday.  Alana Massey, a writer and essayist, will be talking with  Msgr Sullivan about connections between Pop music/culture and the sacred light in relation to the upcoming 59th Grammy Awards. The Grammys will broadcast this Sunday, February 12th on CBS. She will also talk about her recently published collection of essays:  “All the Lives I Want: Essays about My Best Friends Who Happen to Be Famous Strangers.” This Sunday is also Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. Michael Vorenberg who is Associate Professor of History at Brown University and a scholar of President Lincoln will be discussing…

  • Commentary

    Grammys

    View image | gettyimages.com Finding God’s Wisdom & Spirit Sunday A.M. Church or Sunday P.M. Grammys My bet’s on the Grammys this week. I don’t watch award shows -usually – but… Sunday night I did turn on the Grammys. Don’t know why – maybe God’s grace (cf Katy Perry’s “By the Grace of God”). I became captivated and then mesmerized by the spirituality that was pervasive. There was the obvious, Beyonce’s “Precious Lord” and others. However, it was three songs and performances in close proximity that provoke me to make a blasphemous wager. I’m betting there was more spirit, soul and wisdom on Sunday evening at the Grammy’s than on…