Not all the events and aftermath of Hurricane Sandy deal with devastation. God is with us even in those times, especially if we ask him to be.
Sometimes he even lets us know if we have eyes to see and ears to hear. Sometimes the reminder is barely noticeable, but sometimes it’s eye-popping — and then some.
My town in Connecticut, well inland from the coast, lost power in Sandy’s early hours. The super-high winds uprooted stately trees, which in turn took out power lines and even — for the first time in a hurricane or storm here — made all main roads in this highly traveled area impassable.
My parish of St. Theresa Church on Main Street had no power, but that wasn’t going to stop...READ MORE