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Daily Archives: 20 March 2022
I saw a link to commentary and discussion on Lia Thomas competing in women’s NCAA swimming this week, winning one event, and being the target of protests. Some commentators are on the unfair! bandwagon. A lot of people see that–not … Continue reading
On parish staffs, there is often a faith formation director. I suspect these persons are almost as numerous as pastors-in-residence these days. The titles vary, but adult formation often comes under their supervision. Some very large parishes have a person … Continue reading