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Holy, Improbable Yes

The fourth Sunday of Advent is the perfect time for the story of Gabriel and Mary because it’s all about love–God’s great love for humanity and Mary’s willingness to bring that love into the world. This passage overflows with all the improbable … Continue reading

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Thinking about Mary in Advent

I wrote this reflection for an ecumenical group a few years ago and stumbled on it today and thought it went well with this week’s texts. Let us, for the moment, put aside our theological differences.  We need not worry … Continue reading

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Signal-to-Noise Ratio

It’s easy to get lost in the tasks we have in front of us. They often become more important than our reasons for doing them. Likewise, we can be overwhelmed by words and information and stop really listening so that … Continue reading

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