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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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Terrance Klein
Intimacy and the honest pleasures of the flesh will not fade away.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
Whatever else sin is, it is always a forgetting that we are loved by God. And the more we sin, the more we forget.
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Terrance Klein
Louise Glück’s poem, “Wild Iris,” begins with a description of death, the sort of death something made of earth and growing there might recount if it could speak.
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Terrance Klein
The early Christian record is not what we should expect from the human weakness to exploit the truth to serve one’s own ends.
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Terrance Klein
While God the Father did not will the death of the Son, we can still ask why the Father permitted it. The answer lies in the act of our creation.
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Terrance Klein
At the beginning of his Passion, Jesus bears witness to the truth as he allows himself to be proclaimed the messiah.
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Terrance Klein
Christ goes to his death insisting that his life has meaning. When and how he will die can be left to speculation but not so why he dies.
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Terrance Klein
If you think you’ve got him, you don’t. Indeed, you don’t have him until he has you!
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Terrance Klein
As creatures of time and space, we acknowledge the God who fills both by setting aside, sanctifying some of each for God.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
In the cross of Christ, God sunders God’s self to draw us and those whom we love into God’s life, which is pure relationship, a love that precedes existence.