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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
A virus can keep us from gathering. A spirit-wound, it can curtail the sacramental life Christ gave us. But no virus can separate us from Christ.
FaithThe Good Word
Terrance Klein
The preaching of our Lord in the Gospel of St. Matthew—the Beatitudes, the Sermon on the Mount, the parables—has come to a close. Now the preacher embraces his passion.
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Terrance Klein
Nothing is more certain than death. Yet normally, nothing is more hidden from our view. We do most everything that we can to not look death in the face.
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Terrance Klein
Horrible things happen in the dark when people are afraid. We must now give witness. If we live in the light, it should be evident. Even in a time of virus.
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Terrance Klein
The call of Christ can appear as one more demand upon your time and energy.
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Terrance Klein
Lord, why do you grant me the grace to see you so clearly, yet deny this same gift to the one whom I so desperately love?
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Terrance Klein
We are always tempted to make faith into something that we handle, not a way by which we surrender.
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Terrance Klein
How perfectly the prophet Joel summons us to Lent with those two adverbs: “Even now, says the Lord, return to me with your whole heart.”
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Terrance Klein
If we give the signal—our readiness, our openness—God lifts us up.
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Terrance Klein
If only there were an app that alerted us every time that Christ was near, every time that Christ wanted us to let up on our worthwhile labors long enough to look at someone we love.