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Hollywood and mission in the first week of Advent

It is an interesting thought to ponder –that while this nation was wracked in increasing political gridlock and friction and the threat to the Union regarding the boundaries of States’ rights and equality-liberty-and-justice for all, Williams chose to look beyond the horizons of his nativity and set his sight on Asia.

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Journey of conversion

We are not ready for the power revealed in the partaking of the Sacraments. We’re not awake to the possibility that prayer is so much more than petitioning God in a dance where hopefully, our wishes are granted–that instead, being called into prayer is to be called into a deep and dangerous proposition.

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Prickly dance of reconciliation

The two parties walk around each other with a cautious shyness, each afraid of the other’s prickly barbs, both desiring to be closer, but not knowing how in the world to accomplish it without being stuck themselves.

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William Temple

Perhaps the answer is in one of Temple’s more famous quotes: “It is a great mistake to suppose that God is only, or even chiefly, concerned with religion.”

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To Be a Saint

It seemed to him at that moment that it would have been quite easy to have been a saint. It would only have needed a little self-restraint and a little courage.

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Cutting up the Bible for yourself

Granted, our initial attempts at regular Bible reading may feel clumsy, and our ability to cut into it incisively at first might seem a little tentative, but a good commentary, study Bible, or study group can act as a whetstone for the knife edge of our spiritual imaginations.

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Teresa of Avila

Commemoration of Teresa of Avila We know that the whole creation has been groaning in labor pains until now; and not only the creation, but

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