Author Archives: Br Dain Scherber LC
So, why do I go on like this, Not living where you live, O life? I die shot through With arrows sharpened By all my heart conceives of my beloved. Since you’ve wounded my heart, why, Why don’t you make … Continue reading
I learn so much from the saints. One of the graces I most appreciate of Rome is being able to visit so many of the tombs of these holy men and women who have gone before me and taught me … Continue reading
A silent, beaming testament Of something just behind, Beauty blankets earth and sky That something more may find.
The rosary is a very easy prayer to “do” rather than “pray.” I was sitting on the plane the day after Christmas as a sixteen-year old waiting on the runway to take off. I was on my way to visit … Continue reading
I am not a poet nor a writer. I love a good poetic outflow when I hear one, but I have to be honest: I’m not the type to grab a poetry book and go sit out on a rock … Continue reading
Do you still speak? Where now that voice That once did speak in tone So quiet, yet Consoling me When I felt cold, alone?
“We’re not flying. We’re falling… with style.” It’s a rather melodramatic quote from the first Toy Story, but I like to twist it to express something so true, so simple, and yet so hard to do: wasting time with style. … Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the ninth in a series of nine Eucharistic poems by Br. Dain, leading up to Corpus Christi. We hope they will be an inspiration for your prayer and reflection. The Paschal Lamb is offered here In … Continue reading
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the eighth in a series of nine Eucharistic poems by Br. Dain, leading up to Corpus Christi. We hope they will be an inspiration for your prayer and reflection. Can coals within a furnace hot Refuse … Continue reading