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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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Diakonia:

This week, Dani interviews Deacon Josephine Borgeson, who’s been serving in her vocation for over 45 years

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A Skeptic Seeks Mary

“The simple elegance of the service had been a good match for my head,” Livingston writes, “but the tangled mess of my heart longed for something else. ‘I need a statue of a saint,’ I joked, but [my husband and I] both understood that a statue was shorthand for many things.’”

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Diakonia: Chaplain Hal

We are continuing our series on the wide diversity if ministries encompassed by the diaconate. In this installment, Dani interviews Deacon Hal Hurley, seafarers chaplain and so much more.

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Come Together

When I was in college, I heard a lot about how life was a journey.  People were always on a journey and they were typically looking for themselves.  If they had the means or an adequate sense of adventure and were particularly ambitious, they went on literal journeys, wandering around Europe or South America, always in hopes of bumping into themselves and making their own acquaintance. 

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Solitude

I like the Mary I read in our scriptures just like I like the Jesus I read in them.  They were quiet.  Silent mostly, really.

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