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The Way of Peace

She will like us. We are nice.

It’s a lovely thought, but what if she doesn’t?

How am I to respond when they don’t like me? 1,075 more words

Everyday Chrisitanity

The Week at Holy Fire (18-24 April 2015)

Slow week at Holy Fire.

Wrote a reflection on the Collect for the Third Sunday of Easter about how we might help each other along on our journeys of faith. 103 more words

Reflections

Overcoming A Century of Pain

Turkish Christians take first step toward embittered Armenians


Turkish and Armenian Christians circle the Armenian Genocide Memorial in Yerevan,
Armenia, on April 11.
NOTE: faces have been blurred to protect identities (photo, Ricardo Pessoa) 1,384 more words

Politics

Why Kansas City's Catholics must Come Together

Let me begin by admitting to the fact that I haven’t written anything for this site in some months. After having written so frequently, so fervently on many a topic, I found myself exhausted, unhappy with the prospect of setting my thoughts to ink and paper. 656 more words

English

Forgiving our Bodies as Healing

FIRST TESTAMENT READING Psalm 32:5   I acknowledged my sin to you, and I did not cover my iniquity; I said, “I will confess my transgressions to the Lord,” and you forgave the iniquity of my sin. 838 more words

Reflection

Unresolved

I said I was willing and maybe that’s why
To see if I’d honor you sent tests to try
The image looks grimy, here’s my heart to heart… 185 more words

Poetry

Pan-Armenian Declaration on the Centennial of the Armenian Genocide

The State Commission on the Coordination of Events Dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, in consultation with its regional committees in the Diaspora, 1,029 more words

Church