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When Jesus entered the desert, he left behind distractions to find out what really matters in life. Only in that lifeless desert could Jesus find that it is life that really matters.
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Forty years ago this month Wheeling College witnessed the unveiling of a remarkable document, “This Land is Home to Me, A Pastoral Letter on Powerlessness in Appalachia by the Catholic bishops of the Region.”
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For those of us who care deeply for our earth and all its inhabitants, we may relate to the call to lift up our voice like a trumpet blast to tell society of its short-sightedness and even wickedness.