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Speaking to the Soul: The Triduum

The Triduum will engulf and clarify us. For we are the people who engage in these liturgies. We are they who dare to lift the bread and the wine to our lips, who presume to wait and watch, who risk suffering, running away, repenting and sorrowing, knowing that we are Christ’s at a level much deeper than words.

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On friendship and feet

In the Magazine we’re investigating “Brokenness.” In this piece, the author speaks of a powerful experience of transformation and redemption found through washing the feet of a stranger.

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