[Though the bishop was] not to make contact with the complainants during your initial investigation… Bishop Bruno through his attorney continued his aggressive efforts to take the deposition of the spouse of the St James vicar and threatened sanctions for delay of that deposition
Who in your life has named you? What is your authentic name? What does this name give you the courage to take on? What does it allow you to let go of? How has it transfigured you?
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