María de Lourdes Ruiz Scaperlanda Archive
Here's a litany prayer... what I am, and what I am not.
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How much do you know about the Guadalupe event? María Scaperlanda reviews the story of Our Lady of Guadalupe as told in “The Blood and the Rose.”
Ten years after her pilgrimage to the Camino de Santiago, Maria de Lourdes Ruiz Scaperlanda recounts the trip of a lifetime.
Every morning when I first wake up, there is a moment, an instant, really, when life is completely still, calm, peaceful. I don’t yet remember yesterday’s worries or today’s plans—but more importantly, I haven’t yet felt and
“Time is the measure of actual sound as well as of the opposite, its omission.” ~Franco of Cologne When my friend Pat and I walked the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage across northern Spain, we learned to live out a rhythm that blended
For the past ten days, I’ve been walking around with a stopped up left ear. Like a sink in need of Roto-Rooter, it gargles, whistles, thumps, hums, but never clears. When I mentioned this to my daughter Michelle, she
I’ve been having dreams lately about houses. In the most recent one, I walked from room to room checking out my new home. There was nothing about it that was familiar, yet I knew it was my own. People