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To Marie Dolan, a Registered Nurse in Search of Historic Jesus

O you have to be good, you have to walk on your knees, she thought, moving to the center section painted blue, saved for pilgrims at L’Oratoire Saint-Joseph du Mont-Royal. Such dedication! It was 1979. Six years after Brother André’s … Continue reading

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Closed Canopy

Sometimes all the trees of the world come together for a meeting. I first heard about this from Bob in Brooklyn. Live Oaks agonize over the endless drought. Saguaros, weary of being shot at from the highway, couldn’t care less. … Continue reading

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