On Holy Tuesday, as the twelve followed Jesus past the same fig tree from the day before, Peter was struck by what he saw. The tree was completely withered. Christ saw this as an opportunity to teach.Continue reading “Holy Tuesday’s Spicy Colorado Feast”
Tag: National Colorado Day
Nil Sine Numine
Colorado’s state motto is Latin. What does it mean? It depends upon who you ask. Most say Nothing Without Providence, while others claim Nothing Without God. There is evidence that those who chose the motto meant Nothing Without the Deity, a general translation without a reference to a particular god. Now that could be a reference to Colorado’s Garden of the Gods with its beauty beyond compare.Continue reading “Nil Sine Numine”
Celebrating Colorado Day
It’s that day again, National Colorado Day. Comes around every year on April 12. This year it just happens to take a back seat to Easter. Still, I did not want to overlook the 38th state of the Union.