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When I woke up

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece, Shirley O’Shea shares her experience of struggling with depression while clinging to God.

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A cloud of Storytellers

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece Matt Handi reflects on the narrative power of the story of Christ to link our individual stories together as Christians.

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The Unsettling Bronze Gospel

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives that give meaning to our lives. In this piece, John Gillespie speaks to the power of art to shape our understanding of Christ and ourselves.

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An Order of Conversion

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives of our lives. In this piece, Julia Powers aligns the unfolding story of the liturgy with her own story of accidentally discovering grace.

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It takes a story

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring story-telling and the ways we craft the narratives of our lives. In this piece, Kelly Wilson examines how Jesus recognizes the dignity of each individual by knowing and sharing their stories.

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