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Man who shot up a mosque in Connecticut apologizes

Writing for the Hartford Courant, Peter Marteka has an update on the man who shot at the exterior of the House of Peace mosque, in Meriden, last November. The shooter, Ted A. Hakey Jr., was drunk at the time, and regretted his actions enough to seek a meeting with the leaders of the mosque, where he apologized and sought to atone.

The leaders found his confession and apology moving, and saw a natural place for him to tell his story at an […]

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Being terrible

In the Magazine this month, we’re exploring forgiveness. In this piece Kelly Wilson, reflects on his own ability to be a terrible person and the struggle to accept God’s love anyway.

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