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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
How much time does one need to prepare? How much labor does it involve? More than we realize.
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Terrance Klein
God being God includes God not being who we are. How can someone who is not us not surprise us?
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Terrance Klein
Never presume that you are one of the early hires and that Jesus offers his parable only to curb your jealousy of late arrivals. No, we all come so late in the day.
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Terrance Klein
When we speak of minds, can someone who would reduce consciousness to biology offer an adequate picture of what it means for us to know something?
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Terrance Klein
God shows the way in the incarnation.
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Terrance Klein
Augustine’s Confessions take up a theme still at the center of our lives: Does our intelligence lead us to something beyond ourselves?
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Terrance Klein
In our baptism, each of us has been chosen. So many others in this world have not. We must constantly ask ourselves: Why?
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Terrance Klein
We use the words “mystery” and “miracle” not to say that science has been stumped but rather to express the expansive claim that an event makes upon us.
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Terrance Klein
“It is not right to take the food of the children and throw it to the dogs,” Jesus told her. Yet she is not repelled by his parable. She engages it.
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Terrance Klein
Like Peter, we might envy the one who walks on water, thinking that more control of our lives is all that we need.