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Speaking to the Soul: Michaelmas

by Laurie Gudim

 

It seems like everybody is afraid, these days.  I know I am – afraid of the polarization in this country, of the escalating racism that is leading us to commit untold atrocities and of the ignorance worn like a badge of courage on the breasts of decent people.

To reach for assistance with the roiling anxiety that freezes me and makes me want to bar my doors and windows, I’ve stepped up my prayer life.  Both intercessory prayer and […]

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