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The Rev. Terrance W. Klein is a priest of the Diocese of Dodge City and author of Vanity Faith.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
We have a cycling liturgical year because the truths of our faith are larger than we can receive all at once. Perhaps ashes say it best, but even they can’t say it all, not all at once.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
Reading sacred Scripture or watching a televised Eucharist can be powerful meditations, but neither rises to the level of sacrament, the mystery by which Christ promises his presence to his church.
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Terrance Klein
God is ever ancient, ever new, ever the same, but we were created to wax and to wane.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
There are two marks that tell us we are in the presence of something, someone, not ourselves: desire and fear.
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Terrance Klein
The disciples of Jesus were not pursuing ideas as they were coming to love and to understand a person.  
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Terrance Klein
Consider the countless souls, those alive today and all those in generations past, who have never been given an opportunity to respond to the Gospel the church preaches.
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Terrance Klein
Once you allow a notion of yours, however right and righteous, to separate you from the community, you have become the victim of sin. You are not its solution.
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Terrance Klein
The three are equally telling: here is the promised Messiah; here is the very presence of God; and here is the one who has come among us to die.
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Terrance Klein
A Reflection for the Solemnity of the Holy Family
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
When we come to Eucharist at Christmas, we believe that time warps in upon itself. Christ is born today, is baptized today, dies today, rises today.