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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
Faith, justice and unity still matter. So too do prudence, charity and patience. The latter are not chains upon the former. They are channels that direct them to their source in God.
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Terrance Klein
To see our faith as a calling is to recognize that, whoever we are, we have only just begun to live out our discipleship.
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Terrance Klein
Jesus went to his death trusting in the love of his father. That was the wisdom he preached, both in the words he used and in the witness that he gave.
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Terrance Klein
Our words might seem to offer so little to those whom we love. Yet because they are spoken in Christ, because they are taken up into the sound, clarity and truth of his voice, they have their effect.
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Terrance Klein
How can Christians, any people of good will, put their focus on protecting liberty rather than life?
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Terrance Klein
The Israelites are quite like us. They intend to offer a response that is steadfast but their own humanity, under the siege of sin, fails them.
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Terrance Klein
Through us, as through the Virgin, Christ intends to touch and transform creation, to bless it and to make it holy.
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Terrance Klein
Through the mystery of this sacrament Jesus reveals something inherent about himself and about our life in him.
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Terrance Klein
Jesus does not magically feed us. He feeds us through fellowship, through the identity and love that flow from it.
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Terrance Klein
St. Thomas teaches that a brute animal, who might consume the body and blood of Christ, would not receive Holy Communion, because sacraments are ordered towards faith.