Voices

The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.

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Faith The Good Word
June 21, 2017
It takes a certain grace to see how fear clips our wings.
Pope Francis leads Benediction outside the Basilica of St. Mary Major as he celebrates the feast of Corpus Christi in Rome June 19. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) (June 20, 2014)
Faith The Good Word
June 14, 2017
On this feast, we concentrate upon the Eucharistic elements themselves: the bread and the wine, which become the very presence of Christ in our midst.
Holy Trinity, fresco by Luca Rossetti da Orta, 1738–9 (St. Gaudenzio Church at Ivrea).
Faith The Good Word
June 07, 2017
You can’t define the Trinity—but you are still meant to share it.
Faith The Good Word
May 31, 2017
The Spirit is the Lord of the Harvest. The Spirit brings it, brings us, to fruition.
Faith The Good Word
May 24, 2017
Community, sacrament and Scripture: by means of these three mysteries Christ and his church would defy time.
Faith The Good Word
May 17, 2017
What is to keep any movement or ideology from claiming the authority of the Spirit?
Faith The Good Word
May 10, 2017
To profess that Jesus was truly human is to insist that he grew as we do.
Faith The Good Word
May 03, 2017
“It’s in his kiss.” A kiss takes two. When you see how different the other is and yet are drawn in, Christ is calling.
Death-row inmate Ledell Lee. A ruling from the state Supreme Court allowing officials to use a lethal injection drug that a supplier says was misleadingly obtained cleared the way for Arkansas to execute Ledell Lee on Thursday, April 20, 2017, although he still had pending requests for reprieve. (Arkansas Department of Correction via AP)
Faith The Good Word
April 26, 2017
To take Holy Communion in the face of death is to say that it is fellowship, and not food, that matters most.
Hendrick ter Brugghen, c. 1622
Faith The Good Word
April 20, 2017
If we have faith, like Thomas and Thérèse did, we learn from Jesus that to love someone is to promise never to leave them.