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Tabitha’s companions struggle “to assert her dignity and worth as a human being”
The women had come together to wash Tabitha’s body and commiserate, because there are always those spaces in time and culture where those who bear the title or burdens of womanhood need to come together for mutual support, encouragement, wisdom, laughter, and tears.
This may be one of those spaces in our time and culture. Continue reading
Year A Lent 2: born again
The thing about being born is that it is less of an event than a process. We might put a time on the birth of a baby, but the minutes and seconds may seem arbitrary after hours or even days … Continue reading
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I’ll make a deal with you. It is this: that for every single rose you give to a mother walking through your Sunday morning doorway, you say a prayer for the child whose parent left him alone and hungry in … Continue reading
Posted in other words Tagged abortion, adoption, celebration, church, family, liturgy, loss, miscarriage, Mother's Day, motherhood, prayer, pregnancy 1 Comment