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I’m Trying

“Instead of mirroring the “How are you?” “I’m fine” greeting, the easy-to-answer questions from Jesus provoke people to engage more deeply. I wonder how we could attempt that, in our own practice?”

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Art can save lives

Art has a power to move us in ways that intellectual knowledge or physical action cannot do. Music, stories, performance and visual art somehow manage to connect us with feelings buried deep inside ourselves, or in empathy with others beyond us.

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A Teen’s Summer Job is Not Only That

“Is work only about the money? How does God regard us while we are doing what we are doing, and how do we live faithfully while responding to demands, trying to take care of other human beings or making sure “the customer is always right”?”

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