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Maundy Thursday: Don’t Keep Safe. Keep Loving!

These epidemic days everyone tells us, “Keep safe.” But our real job is to keep loving, and loving often isn’t safe.   Maundy Thursday gets its name from the Latin, mandatum, which means “commandment.” Jesus’ new commandment to us, which … Continue reading

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Holy Week’s Climax: The Three Days

What meaning is there in this time piled high with difficulty? To the extent that we listen to the earth we might hear a sigh turning into a deep breath. Forced into staying in our homes we have given creation … Continue reading

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