Word Columns for Sunday June 24th

Daniel Harrington’s commentary on the Birth of St. John the Baptist can be found here. The feast did not fall on a Sunday in 2004, so there is no commentary from Dianne Bergant. But you can read John H. Donahue’s column from 2001 here.
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