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All Manner of Things Shall be Well – On Julian of Norwich and Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day began early for me this morning.  I found myself sitting in the waiting area of a local medical laboratory just after 7am, waiting for my name to be called so that a technician could siphon off 4 or 5 … Continue reading

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St. Clare, on her feast day

I’ve written here before about how I initially fell in love with St. Clare of Assisi, and I don’t particularly want to cover that ground again tonight.  That said, it doesn’t seem quite right to let her feast day pass … Continue reading

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Because Catholics Want to Hold Women Back

My dear friend Kirsten sent me this image from Scott Hahn’s facebook page yesterday.  Given the wrestle I’ve had with the church and women, it made me laugh pretty hard, and I knew I had to share it here.

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Wry Laughter

I got an email this morning that reminded me of this cartoon – one I first wrote about in a different blog space several years ago now. Spotting this cartoon from ASBO Jesus elicited a form of wry laughter as … Continue reading

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So… I’m a Woman…

I’ve done quite a bit of reading lately on the topic of women and the Catholic church. (And I still have more reading to do!) Now, before you all jump ship, thinking this is going to be some sort of … Continue reading

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