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The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.
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Religion is what happens when spirituality moves from speculation and desire into participation and commitment.
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A mystic declaration links all its cosmography to a concrete moment in history.
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You can cherish life and surrender it when you know that it is never insignificant, that your story matters, that you exist to love the author of our tale.
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Terrance Klein
Jesus does not draw attention to the widow and her “two small coins” because he wants you to do some good work or to donate a certain percentage of your resources.
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Terrance Klein
We experience the death of others—but not as they do. We only know that they are gone, and that fact alone is nigh impossible to comprehend.
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Terrance Klein
The utter multitude of souls created and redeemed by God is necessary to imagine even a fraction of God’s plenitude.
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Terrance Klein
Many of us avoid contemplative prayer because we are more afraid of God’s non-existence than we are sure that we will experience God’s presence.
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Terrance Klein
What does a Catholic priest make of “Midnight Mass”? Is the Netflix show anti-Catholic?
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God is more than we can comprehend, and sin limits what we can understand.
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Terrance Klein
In itself, suffering is never a good thing. But if someone we love is suffering, then we want our share of it.