The long and all-consuming presidential election is coming to an end as I write this and it appears that the president has been given four more years to do his job. My first reaction is a sigh of relief. I’m relieved that the campaign and election are over. It takes up far too much time, . . . → Read More: A sigh of relief, a prayer of hope
Last Thursday, which was Maundy Thursday in Holy Week, I participated in an event sponsored by the Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission called the Lenten Journey with the Poor. We spent the day walking around downtown Colorado Springs, visiting many of the places that low-income, no-income and homeless people might go in a typical . . . → Read More: Lenten Journey with the Poor
I got to watch the final days of this presidential election from here in Japan. I hand delivered my early ballot to the county clerk in Colorado Springs a couple weeks ago so it didn’t really matter where I was on election day. Now I’m trying to sort out my thoughts… and it isn’t easy.
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