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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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The Trinity is not something that we perceive. It is the place where we dwell.
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We are what emerges from the action of the Spirit.
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Terrance Klein
When we say farewell to those who have meant so much to us, we close up a world like a book.
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Terrance Klein
We can talk about motherhood. We can talk about the Gospel. But both stand beyond talking, beyond words. They’re a dying in living, a dying to live.
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Our task is not to judge the branches of the vine.
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There is much more to life and discipleship than death, yet death determines the final meaning of both.
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Intimacy and the honest pleasures of the flesh will not fade away.
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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.