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I was sitting there staring at my computer screen, completely blank (both the screen and me), trying desperately to think of something to write about for this week’s column.

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St. Paul wrote the following words in his letter to the Romans: “Rejoice with those who rejoice, weep with those who weep.” — Romans 12:15

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It’s a typical Mass in an American parish, in which the kneelers contain a mix of teens, single adults, young families and gray-haired church stalwarts.

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Do you ever think about how your use of the internet is related to your spiritual life? If you stop to think about it, there is a lot to consider.

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When a person testifies in court, the first question is: “Do you swear to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?”

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In his book, Dancing to My Death, Daniel O’Leary writes, “… that we grow by subtraction is a hard lesson to learn.”

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For decades, Southern Baptist leaders rolled their eyes whenever there were headlines about clergy sexual abuse cases.

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Every fall, the Benedictine sisters offer a special presentation at Benedictine College called The Fellin Lecture. Its purpose is to bring a noted female speaker to campus. The talks have featured writers, scientists, visual artists, theologians and social justice advocates.