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Amos and Social Justice

I think social justice is a good idea. I’d better explain that. I think acting as if people matter is a good idea: all people, not just the ‘right’ ones. I’ll be talking about “the poor of the land,” private … Continue reading

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Shopping Center Attack: Why I Care

Saturday night’s attack in a St. Cloud shopping center was uncomfortably close to home. Crossroads Mall is about an hour down the road from where I live, and a place I’ve enjoyed visiting. Only one person died, the attacker: a … Continue reading

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Citizenship and Being Catholic

I like being an American, most of the time. I know that my country is far from perfect, but I’d rather be here than anywhere else on Earth. Living in Sauk Centre, a smallish central Minnesota town, probably helps. I … Continue reading

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