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A New Year, A Century Ago
Last month, my family began binge-watching Downton Abbey. Its treatment of the so-called Great War was striking. As I was surfing a bit today, I asked the google about New Year’s 1919 and one of the articles linked was this one from Texas.
Even some weeks after the end of war, there was uncertainty coupled with the expected relief. Malaise, labor activism, influenza, bad weather–it affected the churches:
In any year, are we prepared to begin this new year with God? If so, how? Especially if all is not well.
About catholicsensibilityTodd lives in Minnesota, serving a Catholic parish as a lay minister.