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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
What does it mean to bear a son? What did it mean for her, and what does it mean for us?
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Terrance Klein
A reflection for the Third Sunday of Advent
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Terrance Klein
Hope does not exist to torment us. No, it calls us home.
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Terrance Klein
On the Second Sunday of Advent, the Prophet Isaiah reminds us that the church is ordained to be Christ’s hands extended to the poor, the neglected, the excluded.
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Terrance Klein
It is okay to be sad. Rather than loathe, we lament, because we know of a better land.
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Terrance Klein
Jesus did not come in power. He became the Christ, the anointed one, because he surrendered what little he had into the hands of the Father.
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Terrance Klein
One of Francis’ strengths is his willingness to surprise, to take the unexpected path.
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Terrance Klein
We are the ones who have been left behind. We suffer a loss; our loved ones do not.
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Terrance Klein
The notion that our prayers can aid the dead as well as the living has always been a part of the Christian faith.
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Terrance Klein
Why might you find yourself praying to your deceased grandmother rather than to Christ? Because in your story she is another Christ, not an alternative Christ.