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Welp, It’s Almost Advent

I marvel at how time absolutely flies. I’m still stunned it’s not at least the beginning of November, if not September. Have I honestly been directing homeschool since mid-August? Feeling a bit like we’ve accomplished nothing, and yet I know … Continue reading

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Further Thoughts on The Letter

Having had half a day more to think about the letter, there are a few other things that are sitting with me. I find there is some weird nostalgia regarding olden times. In with the nostalgia is authentic need to … Continue reading

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Pope Emeritus Benedict’s Letter

Earlier today it was published that Pope Emeritus Benedict wrote a letter, a strong message,¬†as he calls it. This is my very limited but relevant commentary. He writes this message in three parts, first giving history to how such scandal … Continue reading

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Daily Gospel: Crowd, I get it

Today’s gospel: John 8:31-42 I struggle with the gospel of John. I love the imagery that he uses, I love the signs. I don’t love how I read it and constantly think, “Crowd, I get it. I totally get where … Continue reading

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Jesus, Carry Me. Mary, Hold My Heart.

These past few days have been a whirlwind of emotions. Yesterday mid-afternoon I walked into St. Paul’s Co-Cathedral, already full of anxious anticipation. A woman named Anne introduced herself to me. Bishop Mark, she said, had asked her to come … Continue reading

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