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Everyday Redemption

I’ve been thinking about redemption a lot lately, the ordinary layperson kind, not the overwhelming Biblical sort. You might call it garden-variety grace, whatever that otherworldly “thing” is that softens your day and lets you keep going. 205 more words

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An Everywoman Mary in May

At the beginning of May, a month traditionally dedicated to Mary, Fr Ian writes:

I find some of the piety, imagery and prose about Mary of previous (and even current) generations difficult to connect with. 246 more words

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Hillary Tries To Be A "Regular Person" For One Day -- But Fails Miserably

BY Celeste Katz , Cameron Joseph

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Clinton stopped at the Ohio Chipotle on Monday, as she makes her way to Iowa via van to speak with voters on a more personal level than she did during her 2008 campaign. 1,008 more words

I do.

I live and I learn.

I work so that I can play.

I talk a lot, because I have a lot to say!

I wish… 515 more words

I Dream Of Meaning

International Women's Day

I wonder about a day that is dedicated to celebrate women. A part of me is glad to see the pictures of women gathering together, forming tribes, honouring their feminine self, loving up their accomplishments and the lengths that they have walked. 540 more words

Goddess

Are you a Role Model?

As a regular reader to our blog, you know that we take diversity and inclusion seriously. Diversity is our strength! Being Inclusive means being open and appreciative of others’ backgrounds, views and beliefs. 458 more words

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