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  • Somebody Like That

    “Did that man just strap a gun to his belt?” My 10-year-old squinted, looking across the parking lot of the grocery co-op. I had seen it, too: a middle-aged white man had stepped out of his pick-up truck, taken out a black holster, and strapped it on, pulling his shirt down over...
    By Teresa Honey Youngblood | 11/30/2016
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  • The Stubborn Gifts of Breath and Life

    May we give thanks always, believing that, even in the world’s bleakest moments, the dance of life is always underway.
    By Maureen Killoran | 11/23/2016
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  • Hold On

    Holding on does not come easy to me. As a teenager who left home and bounced around, I am talented at escaping. I can evade like the best of them. I can avoid people who speak truth that’s packaged in less-than-pretty paper. I can leave when the words are ones I do not like. I...
    By Robin Tanner | 11/16/2016
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  • What on Earth Is Worth Saving

    Those of us with some privilege in this empire may be tempted to seek refuge in it, as if privilege was ever going to save us. But who’s to say whether you’ve come to this place and position for a time such as this?
    By Jake Morrill | 11/9/2016
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  • Help Us Never to Forget

    Help us to live in peace together and serve one another and to see the holy light in everyone, even when those holy lights are especially hard to see.
    By Daniel Gregoire | 11/2/2016
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