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I had a visit last week from a police officer from the Special Victims Unit of our local police department.

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While it is certainly rewarding and fulfilling, being a parent is also one of the most challenging jobs I have ever undertaken.

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In the last installment of the “Animate” series, Bruce Reyes-Chow asks the question, “Why would anyone bother with church?”

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My five-year-old grand-daughter is learning to print. She has been making little notes about whatever is on her mind and presenting them to her parents.

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Kerry Egan is a hospice chaplain in Massachusetts. In a recent article at CNN Belief Blog she asked

What do people who are sick and dying talk about with the chaplain?
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It is my daughter’s wedding. Due to the anticipated crowd, the service is being held downtown in a church with which I am unfamiliar. I am fulfilling the dual functions of father of the bride and priest officiating at the service.
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