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Waiting—with holy patience and holy impatience—is Advent’s call to us.
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How can the witness of Elizabeth’s baby or a six-year-old’s reflections after praying at an ICE detention center inspire us to reflect on our own response to the presence of the baby Jesus?
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Join us for an evening of listening and conversation as we reflect on the joys and challenges that come with live out, or struggling with, one's faith in the midst of real life. Our exceptional panelists will foster conversation as they field…
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