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Day #36: The History of Insoluble Grief

Special note: This poem was originally published in my graduate thesis, Risen (©2004), which can be found—if you look carefully—in the basement of the Colorado State University Morgan Library. 766 more words


What does it mean to be Catholic?

Simply being Catholic means ‘paying a price’ according to Archbishop Vigneron of Detroit.

Consider what that means. Just by being Catholic and believing what we profess to believe, we pay a price. 765 more words

Learning To...

A Sunday Reminder

God of LoveSaint Teresa of Avila.

God of love, help us to remember that Christ has no body now on earth but ours,   64 more words

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As I Was Leaving Church

Last night was a church service I always look forward to as it is an hour of music and prayer. Our pastor reminded us to be present in the moment and not be distracted. 114 more words

What Are You Seeking?

The 3×5-inch and 4×6-inch prints that fill a multitude of boxes in my house sometimes take me by surprise. Does my affinity for photography really reach back that far in my life? 61 more words


Letters From God Dropped In The Street

Do you see O my brothers and sisters?

It is not chaos or death. . . . it is form and union and plan. . .

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