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    Reflections

    Tears with an Old Friend

    My husband, Jim, and I had traveled to another town and called an old friend - Fr. Dennis, a priest we had known for...

    He Is Risen!

    Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? Therefore we have been...
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    God’s Story

    Sometimes God has fun with me. Today was one of those days. I went to a local farm with extended family. My girls had fun...

    “Cletus, Come Out”

    Perhaps because I feel as if I have been brought back to life after a 12-day siege with the flu, I have been thinking...

    Lent. Is it over yet?

    Lent?  Not a big fan of this season, even though I'm very fond of purple, love soup and rarely pass up opportunities to ponder...

    What We Don’t See

    Sometimes we are blind to what is right in front of us.  Recently at our parish, we watched two altar servers who had fun...

    Lenten Shabbat

    Lenten...Shabbat?In my strange little world these words go together just fine, possibly because my Jewish mother was as likely to serve fish as she...

    Lent and My Big Birthday

    I'm having one of those so-called milestone birthdays in a few weeks. On Ash Wednesday. If my birthday wasn't coinciding with the beginning of...

    Up the Ladder

    Writing in the Huffington Post, Fr. Jim Martin's literal climb up a scaffolding in an old church becomes a powerful metaphor for the climb...
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    What Forgiveness Means

    I have a friend whose family members hang onto grudges and slights. They are people who remember everything ever done to them, against them—and...

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