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Too many times when the term “Appalachia” is used, a negative, almost sympathetic thought, is conjured up. At the Appalachian Institute, while we recognize challenges that need to be addressed such as health care, environmental exploitation, generational poverty, and access to quality rural education, we also stand firm in our belief that this region is one to be celebrated, even bragged about.
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Salvadoran Jesuit Martyr Rutilio Grande: Thomas Kelly
BY CHRIS KERR | May 30, 2013 Thomas Kelly, Ph.D., reflects on his recent book about Rutilio Grande, S.J. entitled "When the Gospel Grows Feet: Rutilio Grande, SJ, and the Church of El Salvador - An Ecclesiology in Context." Grande a…
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The Persistent Hope of Faith
I had a disturbing conversation with another parent this week. Not earth-shattering or disillusioning, for I have unfortunately had those reactions to eerily similar conversations in days gone by. I’m older now – turning 40! – and…