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The Healing Power of Literature: Introduction and Till We Have Faces

Hello There! Well, no matter where your opinions have stood, no matter how many fights you have witnessed on Facebook, I have yet to see people arguing on one statement: 2020 has not been a good year. I don't know how much more there is to say - actually, there are many things I could… Continue reading The Healing Power of Literature: Introduction and Till We Have Faces

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The Tenderness of, “I am He”

Dear Sister, Today's Gospel at Mass is the story of Jesus meeting the Samaritan woman at the well. My heart sings at this time of Lent, as we hear the Gospel passages that are read every single Lent without fail. Despite the fact that many of us were not in churches today, the Holy Spirit… Continue reading The Tenderness of, “I am He”

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She Was Called Daughter

*Note: This post is a reflection on today's Mass readings for the Catholic Church. You can read them here.* Dear Sister, I wonder what emotions the hemorrhaging woman experienced when she heard the story of Jacob that we read today. God Himself looks upon Jacob and vows to give him a future in abundance. He… Continue reading She Was Called Daughter