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Daily Archives: 22 March 2022
Some time ago I ran across a prayer for a lost child. I’ve lost the original writer, but it struck me as just a bit off in tone. It was long, and so often we Christians are used to long … Continue reading
The US Bishops published Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us in 1999. In their Part IV: A Plan for Ministry — Organizing for Adult Faith Formation, they look at various roles in the parish. Today, we look at The Catechist of Adults. … Continue reading