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The Way History Happens

“What’s the good of a street that doesn’t lead to a church?” As the 1980s became the 1990s, and the world was watching the Soviet Union implode, its first indication that something was changing was what they themselves called “glasnost.” … more »

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The Leaky Cisterns of False Selves: Vocation, Repentance, and Lent

This is the seventh reflection in the Missio Lent series. Read the rest here. Frequently spiritual leaders remind us that we are more than our professions. Rarely though, are we called to repent of our identification with our jobs. Lent prompts … more »

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