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Marilyn Prever

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Re: Who Cares What You Think?

Nov. 22 at 3:51pm | see this comment in context

Whaddaya mean, strange?  ~Abba

Re: The Least I Need to Do

Jun. 11 at 9:01am | see this comment in context

Was it the one about the dying man who couldn't take the first step, which was to admit he was not a good man ad to ask for mercy.The Death of Ivan Ilyich or something like that?

Re: A "Personal" Lord and Savior?

Jan. 3 at 9:43am | see this comment in context

Best yet!

Ima

Re: Three Hopeful Consequences of an Awful Election

Nov. 10 at 11:46am | see this comment in context

So that's why I finished raking the leaves yesterday!

Re: Judge Not, Even During Election Season

Sep. 8 at 10:21am | see this comment in context

The reason I felt the Holy Spirit at work is that Cdl. Dolan was in a situation where everyone is polarized and demonizes the opposition, and usually in that situation the speaker, especially if he's a religious personage, takes the irenic route--skirts around the real conflict and uses fuzzy language. By the usual rules, his words should have stirred up nasty feelings, not tears. He even used the words "the unborn," ordinarily guaranteed to cause conflict.

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