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Speaking to the Soul: Being Disconnected

It’s time to connect with God, and connect with my neighbor, not just on a cell phone, or chat, or a tweet, but in face-to-face, hand-to-hand, eye-to-eye ways. Time to reconnect with God, because that’s the most important connection of all.

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Dispensing with Tradition, or What to Do With All Those Palms

In the Magazine this month we’re exploring our relationship with Creation; all things seen and unseen. In this piece, Kelly Wilson explores theme of our relationship with Creation through the lens of a humorous but faithful attempt to rightly dispose of “sacred” objects after Palm Sunday, and whether there are some parts of creation that are holier than others.

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Palms+Passion = Discordance?

Should the story of the entrance into Jerusalem and the Passion of Christ, both now marked on Palm Sunday be separated? What would be gained? What would be lost?

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