“I think with the Spirit, it’s probably best for me to assume that the Spirit is always present in one way or another, and for me to be constantly aware of that presence, whether or not I feel a gentle breeze against my cheek or my house shakes with the force of it.”
Haunted churches, the diocese of Toledo, and pointy hats; its our weekend roundup of stories from the lived life of the church.
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