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Still Need A Title For This

Another Untitled poem

As Above, so below;

As sure as the wind doth blow.

As without, so within;

   As sure as the new day doth begin. 59 more words

Through a Glass, Darkly

by Cheryl Anne Tuggle

Finding descriptive words for the abstract is always a challenge. Thankfully, when the church’s early writers wanted to convey what happens at Holy Communion, or the lightening of the human heart at confession, or a man and a woman being fused into one flesh while remaining separate human persons, the Holy Spirit supplied the only word that sufficed: 283 more words

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The Dreaded Kiss

by Cheryl Anne Tuggle

It seems like only yesterday we were approaching Cheesefare Sunday and I was planning the food I would prepare to take to church for our parish meal. 479 more words

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Interpreting Dreams

by Michele Latham

I dream a lot. And I remember quite a bit about my dreams, at least for a while after I wake. It’s tempting to try to analyze them, but my priest has warned me it’s not a good idea. 373 more words

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Her Price is Far Above Rubies

by Cheryl Anne Tuggle

Judging by the books we check out at the library where I work, most of our young patrons are well-rounded readers, liking everything from Hank the Cowdog to the Little House series. 568 more words

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Part Two: Interlude from "A Road to Laurel"

by Donna Mills

The following is part two of an interlude in the book, “A Road to Laurel,” which tells the story of a black man’s trial for alleged rape of a white woman.  730 more words

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If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar: for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen, how can he love God whom he hath not seen?

by Donna Mills

The following is part one of an interlude in the book, “A Road to Laurel,” which tells the story of a black man’s trial for alleged rape of a white woman.  1,034 more words

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