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New Windows

(Adoration chapel windows in Sauk Centre, Minnesota.) I’ve spent an hour at the adoration chapel almost every week for a few years now. Signing up seemed like a good idea at the time. It still does. But this sort of … Continue reading

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Love, Hard and Dreadful

22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2017: Jeremiah 20:7–9 Romans 12:1–2 Matthew 16:21–27 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2017 By Deacon Lawrence N. Kaas September 3, 2017 One of the first books about Dorothy Day’s Catholic worker movement was entitled, “A … Continue reading

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Firebase Earth

We are involved in a war which was raging when the current event, which we call the universe, began its existence. This war’s origins are in a place where space and time are not, and many of its soldiers are … Continue reading

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Jesus, the Parable Teller

16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2017: Wisdom 12:13, 16–19 Romans 8:26–27 Matthew 13:24–43 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2017 By Deacon Lawrence N. Kaas July 23, 2017 Deacon Dick Folger writes a simple little footnote to the readings of this … Continue reading

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