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Guest Post: Rev. David Gierlach Good Friday 2021

“Why on earth do you call it ‘Good Friday’?,” my atheist friend demands one day. “What’s possibly ‘good’ about this day?” I suppose that’s a question we each of us have asked, if not out loud, then perhaps in the

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“As I have loved you”

“No individual or group will be provided space and opportunity to promote information and/or opinion that is contrary to Catholic belief and practice.” The new set of guidelines on who may or may not speak in Catholic institutions in Hawaii

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Maundy Thursday. Good Friday. Easter

We call these holy days by names now so familiar their meaning recedes. We troop to service on Maundy Thursday, knowing we will witness the reenactment of the washing of the feet of the apostles by Jesus at the Last

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