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“And” Is Another Important Word16 May

by Sr. Mary Schmuck, R.S.M. It impresses me that a number of very short – 2 to 4 letter – words are quite important in communication and especially in thinking. These are words like with, when, to. Another very important one in this small club of words is and. Certainly it is a big one […]
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What Are We Celebrating?28 Dec

by Sister Mary Schmuck, RSM schmuckrsm@scnazarethky.org The reflections below are presented in a Catholic Christian framework, but I have little doubt that persons in other faith traditions  and even our broader society will easily come to similar lines of thought and concern. We are quickly moving through a time of year now broadly called “holiday […]
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Language Can Build Community22 Dec

by Sister Mary Schmuck, RSM schmuckrsm@scnazarethky.org The recent and much reported Catholic community experience of changes in our language during the “source and summit” expression of our faith, Liturgy of the Eucharist, often referred to as Mass, has reminded me yet again of the importance of language. Another big learning:  how long it took me […]

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