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Lost innocence and rediscovering love

By |2023-03-13T18:25:11-05:00March 17, 2023|Guest columns|

The biblical story of Saul is one of the great tragedies in all of literature. Saul’s story makes Hamlet look like a Disney character. Hamlet, at least, had good reasons for the bitterness that beset him. Saul, given what he started with, should have fared better – much better.

St. Paul’s monumental conversion

By |2023-01-31T11:21:06-06:00February 3, 2023|Guest columns|

Wednesday, Jan. 25, is the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. It’s a day that marks a monumental moment in human history, when a man caught up in hatred and violence was stopped in his tracks and set on a path to make God’s way of peace and love known to people throughout the world.

Two lives and deaths, one lesson of love

By |2023-01-16T14:03:29-06:00January 21, 2023|Staff writer|

Almost two years ago, a tribute article for the passing of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI was put on my list of upcoming stories. I have thought about what to write several times, but I could never have known that reflecting on his legacy would coincide with that of my last living grandparent.

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