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Traveling stones: a pilgrimage lesson in letting go

In the sixth century Saint Benedict said, “A monk should have death always before his eyes.”[1] ‘Death’ doesn’t need to refer only to our physical demise at the end of life but to any loss experienced in life. There are … Continue reading

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Checking our Image of God

Do you know “Good Old Uncle George”? (1) Listen to this description of what happens when a family makes a visit to Uncle George who lives in, and never really leaves, his formidable mansion. At the end of the brief … Continue reading

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Jonah and the Call

When the waves started crashing over the deck of the ferry, I knew something was wrong. I remembered reading somewhere that the Baltic Sea can get unpredictably dangerous in the Fall of the year. So true. When my grandmother — … Continue reading

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Forgive = Love

To forgive someone, is to love them. We cannot forgive someone who has hurt us, without first being able to love them. So, the question of how we can forgive is deeply connected to the question of the quality of, … Continue reading

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