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The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.
Faith The Good Word
October 04, 2017
Being human does not get any harder than when there is a rupture between meaning and love
Faith The Good Word
September 27, 2017
Lots of people get crusty as they age. Only the saints get slippery.
Faith The Good Word
September 20, 2017
The moment we begin to measure, we know nothing of love, know nothing of God.
Photo by Ludomil Sawicki on Unsplash
Faith The Good Word
September 13, 2017
Sin rips apart the soul. Draw your image as best you can.
Photo by Gaelle Marcel on Unsplash
Faith The Good Word
September 06, 2017
We cannot be human, cannot be ourselves, without other human beings.
Faith The Good Word
August 30, 2017
Jesus calls forth our loving gifts, though, apart from him, they can never rise to meet the lofty love of God.
Faith The Good Word
August 23, 2017
There are not many moments in our worship when our bodies are not being used to say something about what we believe.
Faith The Good Word
August 16, 2017
No one is asking you to stand on a street corner with a sign.
Gherardo di Jacopo (Starnina), The Dormition of the Virgin, 1401-1405, Tempera on panel (Art Institute of Chicago)
Faith The Good Word
August 15, 2017
Nothing had ever stood between Mary and that silent, loving presence, which dwelt within her consciousness.
Faith The Good Word
August 09, 2017
The true storms of life demand such a discipleship of us, an absolute surrender, which mirrors that of the Virgin Mary herself.