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On 23 April 2021, Richard Rohr gave a keynote address on zoom at the Renaissance 2021 Spiritual Directors’ Conference. He titled his address “Why  is so much evil called ‘good’?”

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With saddness, we announce that Canon Michael Coleman died peacefully in his home early this morning, June 29, 2021.

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John Mock has an unenviable job these days.

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No it is not a typo, and it is not meaningless repetition. It is an answer to a difficult and challenging question: Why do we so often hurt one another?

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Re-thinking enemies:

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Some days it feels hard to wear the label “Christian,” even harder to bear the awkward mantle of priest in the church.

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Solitude #2

once God has called you to solitude, everything you touch leads you further into solitude.  TM, Sign

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This business of offering a genuine apology is complex and often painful work. It requires an ability to see reality as it is and to let go of my need for things to be different than they are.

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I am sitting on the grass in the shade beside the cascading fountains of a children’s water park. All around me I hear the voices of happy excited children.

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The discovery of the buried remains of 215 children on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School announced on 20 May 2021 and now 751 unmarked graves on the grounds of the Marieval Indian Residential School on the lands of the Cowessess First Nations, have unleashed an avalanche of calls for Canada to come to a genuine reckoning with our grievous history in relation to the indigenous people of this land.

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