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Don’t Wanna Hear It!

I suppose that it is easy enough to look at the spiritual journey and get caught up in all of the details of how to get from point “U”  (unworthy) to point “H” (Holy).  In one form or another … Continue reading

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The Unbloody Cross?

The most interesting thing I have to tell fellow writers this month is about being censored. I bought a “self-publishing” contract with a reputable firm connected to a major Christian publisher. For help with margins and a cover design, the … Continue reading

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The Advent of Mercy

These are troubling times but God is at work in powerful ways.  The Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy begins with Advent and offers us as Catholics a unique invitation and challenge to BE the change we wish to see in … Continue reading

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Faithful to the Word

Wendell Berry, in Standing By Words, says “…fidelity to the word, as evidenced by clarity of meaning and intent, would go far to reconnect language to life.” (His book cover uses the Chinese symbol for ‘fidelity’ or ‘faith’: a man … Continue reading

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