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So Many Variations?

I heard a bird song beautiful and lilting as I stood in the parking lot of my office building. I tilted my head back seeking to find the source. 236 more words

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Hillbilly Catholic: Flannery O'Connor

Flannery O’Connor was an oddball–a Catholic living in the Bible Belt, so it is no wonder her stories revolve around eccentrics, misfits, and a slew of bizarre characters usually typified as the grotesque in Southern literature. 913 more words

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Life Stories

I am a Hospice Chaplain . It is the nature of my job that people come and go out of my life. Others often ask me whether my job is depressing and my answer is always “No but sometimes sad.” This poem expresses part of why this work is a blessing. 181 more words

Savor Life

Savor Life

Hey why are you hurrying, what is your haste?

“The world is going to ruin, there is no time to waste!”

So you offer your self as as runner in the race, 146 more words

Quattro giacche a fare i pali. Calcio e letteratura anglosassone

Enrico Reggiani (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – Milano), L’Osservatore Romano, a. 154, n. 137, mercoledi 18 giugno 2014, p. 4

   Come e più che in passato, con gli imminenti Mondiali brasiliani, il ruolo letterario e culturale del calcio si impone al centro della scena globale. 353 more words

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Catholic and Jewish Literary Inventions and Conventions (information)

Background

Without getting too much into history and theory, I just wanted to clarify a couple of points. These are all conventions that Catholic and Jewish writers adopted in addition to some actual writing inventions by Catholic and Jewish writers. 3,229 more words

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