Open Letter to God


My Open Letter to God            (Surface Earth: Copyright, 2006)






Dear God,


Dear Jesus,


Dear Lord,






Most respectfully.





I’ve been thinking. I’ve been reading, I’ve been studying, I’ve been questioning, obsessive, unable to sleep, unable to breathe, unable to be, trying to figure you out.

I’ve come to a conclusion, you don’t need to be figured out, do you? (Should that be a capital, like we do for judges, You? Your Honor?)

I’ve run away from Catholicism, into which I was born and bred.

I’ve wandered into the lost land of religions I have never known, having never been born into other sects in other lives, at least not that I remember.

I appreciated the old traditions of Catholicism, but could not understand its limitations. I moved to Buddhism thinking it was the furthest from anything I ever knew. I did not understand a word and felt as if an imposter, because instead of understanding the wisdom and inherent intellect of the Dalai Lama, a man who compelled me to want to hang his photograph on my walls for the mere wattage of his smile, I was only able to grasp, again and again, on the words, “loving kindness”.

I moved on to Kabbalah eventually, but first stepped back again into Catholicism. The virtual problem always encountered was my feeling of unworthiness. It did not matter that the pews were lined with hypocrites, thieves, corporate marauders, I only felt and saw my own infirmities, the girl who dared to stray from the righteous path. Oh, how little I yet was to know of Catholicism. Yet, there I went again, backing out the door, as the priest called us to disavow our sisters and brothers who were homosexuals, engaged in love without marriage, divorced or were faced with the soul wrenching choice of abortion. Jesus could not have cared, he could not have saved by condemnation.

I tiptoed into Kabbalah, drawn to the promise of mysticism. I learned to apply everyday behavioral modification techniques to teach myself not to judge. I wavered and stammered and tap danced around that one. Well what is judgment I want to know? When does it begin and when is it justified? Never was the response. Never, how could that be? Where would all of my righteous indignation go? Patience prevailed on my mentor and he kept at the same lesson, anger is dangerous and judgment is unnecessary, again and again. I was a slow learner, I had been through some less than fair situations in life, I wanted to place rightful anger somewhere, if only in my head. I don’t know what got me first, the idea of a vast nothingness of light which scared me and threatened my individuality, my someday to be discarded ego. I was too new to development, I did not understand that they had a point, I did not need my ego. I did learn though the tenants of fostering goodness to one another, daily, moment by moment without hesitation and without end.

I began to grasp the concept of oneness but felt diminished by my inability to truly grow. Was it because it had sprung from a different religious and cultural background and I felt the roots and the language without truly comprehending the origin? Had I fallen prey to negative media? No, in retrospect, my lack of knowledge made me feel smaller and smaller, highlighting my mental and spiritual infirmities, giving power to the bully, “you kidding me? You really believe that garbage? Look around you, there is no God.”

My ego’s need to be sane and rational and respected took over my gut and soul instincts. Was I simply not ready, not strong enough to consider myself part of the collective consciousness? I was humbled in the presence of the mere voice of Kabbalah, all forgiving, all knowing and without judgment. I was not yet strong enough.

I returned to Catholicism and loved the familiarity, the things I had grown with, knowing where to sit in the hard pews, sometimes even knowing the right time to kneel. I no longer worried about whether I genuflected at the right or wrong time, at the right or wrong angle, I simply let my heart bow to God, allowing my feelings of non-partisan spirituality and love of God to take over, feelings of grace, my heart simply lead my knee to bend in gratitude.

Trying on clothes in a dressing room with only one door in and out, faced with Fun House mirrors at three walls, disorientation had overcome me.

I began to read Sylvia Brown and bless that woman, my bones tell me she is the real thing. I began to learn that I could apply Kabbalah principles with Christian traditions I had come to love. The more I read and read and read, the more I saw and felt and lived the repetition of the common theme of love. To have love, is to erase the need for all other needs.

The underlying problem in trying out different religions is choosing to give up that which you have known. If I embraced Kabbalah, would I have to shrug off the mantle of the Virgin Mary and Jesus? I couldn’t, no matter how vast the picture and sensation of infinite light, Jesus’ face remained. And Mary, Azna, Mother God, she lived within breath. I know she is real, please don’t ask me how. I don’t care for statistics and sightings and tests and visualizations. Well, sure maybe I do, my point is simply, that I feel her.

I have gone into spiritual demise. I have watched and read about the Lost Gospel of Judas. Of course! Jesus is all knowing. He knew what Judas was or wasn’t, small surprise that we do not; rest assured, we will continue for monetary, economic, political, social, cultural or any other myriad of reasons to insist on the one interpretation of Jesus. For Pete’s sake, we can’t even remember our own dreams or what we ate for breakfast. Was Judas bad? Nah. Of course not. Why would Jesus choose him to carry out his fate? Did he tell Jesus, “thy will be done”? Jesus could not be tricked or betrayed, that is simply beneath him.

I have invited my arch angels and my spirit guides to come into our home when one of our daughters was facing inexplainable fatigue and headaches. Lights went on an off at different times in our home, certainly not in keeping with a power surge. The television surged and pulsed and practically danced. I asked them kindly to please enter more slowly in a way that would stop scaring me half to death as it wasn’t my time yet. I think they agreed. They are more subtle these last few days. Leaves that blow around the sidewalk out of nowhere, making a staccato beat, drawing my attention and then bowing and dancing. Pure artistry.

There are those that have contributed to the falsity of faith healing. It is unknown why people are compelled. I don’t question the participants that are impoverished, that perhaps received a sandwich, a promise of a bag of rice, a moment of peace before infidels or legitimate governments invaded their families, but how about the one that orchestrates it? Are they any different than a politician? A lawyer? A doctor that has lost heart? A teacher who does not teach? A parent who does not love?

Your truth echoes in the most simple of ways, the warmth that radiates though my bones causing my hands to become upturned to receive grace. It is that simple.

I have no problem, any longer, I can’t say that was always true, but I have no problem any longer not blaming you for what happens to us Lord. False persecution, so what? I should be insulted? We do it to each other everyday. “She cut me off, what a horrible person.” How do I know she was not rushing to the hospital to see a relative who unexpectedly encountered medical emergency? Is there truly any difference? Either one is character assignation and judgment without proof.

Am I religious?

I don’t know.

Do I believe in you?


I believe in You/you, Jesus, the Holy Spirit and Mary. I believe there are saints. I believe there are angels. I believe there is evil, that sometimes there can be no other rational explanation, but I believe evil is our inability to discover our souls.

The sickness of the false messiahs brings bad publicity to you, to Jesus.

There are miracles, there are the unexplainable moments and times that are pure miracles, leaps of faith. Why do people claim that power when its only source has ever been and could only be you? Didn’t you tell us everything is there for our taking, we must only see? Electricity was discovered, not invented, right God?

Now don’t get me wrong. I don’t know anymore than the next person, but I hold certain things to be true. If you say one thing and do another you are hypocritical. If you are aware of it and don’t own up to it, you are a coward. If you gossip, you cause bad air to fly and it will come back to you, and yes, the smallest utterances are gossip. If you speak to satisfy your ego, you will receive less than you desired because you have already lost your state of grace.

How do we sit together in loving Christian kindness and denounce “others”, who, more often than not, are closer to God whether they believe in him or not, simply in acts of kindness and their reliability of spirit?




God, I’m back, I don’t know if I am just chatter in your head or if my voice sings with others.

A bluebird landed in my tree.

He sat high above the purple flowers

Which grew and grew


Although I didn’t even know their name

It did not stop the trees or the flowers from growing



A tulip grew out from behind the

Red dirty rock

Next to the untended cement sidewalk

And a tulip sought to make its presence known

Next to the bend

Of that same untended sidewalk

I tried to unearth it with a shovel

Before the purple of the tulip


The ground would not give



The trees are spreading

Their limbs across the gray

Of today’s sky

Purple, red and pink strewn together

They will not last the storm

Yet they have never been

More exuberant

Than set against the

Mist and the closed sky



My child


“Oh My God”

Not in praise

But in exasperation with my

Confused new to almost middle age ways

I continued breathing


I saw on television

An almost tall white man

Performing miracles



You did not star in that show



I held an egg today

Cracked it

To take out the yolk

Because I can’t bear to eat

Someone else’s young

Who was the first to know

That to take the egg from the mother

Would give complete protein

And not kill her

Who decided

The egg was not an egg

When South Dakota says it is?



In your infinite wisdom

Did you leave us a travel guide?

The best spots

The best words

The best reactions?

Were they rated in stars?

Have you had overzealous editors so now

Your words are no longer yours?





Thoughts on living

Living thoughts



Dear Lord,

I pray today,

Because of you.

Today I missed Mass God.

I awoke at 8:30 a.m. – quite late for me on a Sunday morning. I wanted to go to mass. I felt quite desolate that it had been two weeks since. I awoke as the rest of the house slept, ran out for the Sunday papers, stole a moment to read and drink coffee and left my beautiful family asleep.

I arrived at church and saw next to no cars. The people I saw look accomplished upon leaving. Wait, wait, I thought, I am unfinished, I have just arrived.

I hurried in the door, stopping to glance at the greeting table, a lovely polished wood that seemed to hold all I would need to know to be a practicing Catholic in this town.

The lovely newness of this church, the beginning of the mass, to walk though this room of grace and openness and splendor with just one table with papers, and newsletters and charts upon which to fill your name—if you are lost, we can find you, it seemed to say. So I believed.

I walked to that table, because I had seen it before.

I was no longer worried if I dipped my hand too soon into the Holy water, if I genuflected before I should or at the wrong angle, and that thing everyone seemed to know how to do in their sleep, that three point wonder, the thumb dancing across their forehead, their middle face and their heart? I no longer worried if I did it right. “Peace be with you.” “And also with you,” I said from my heart, with my hands turned up to God with arms outstretched.

I still did wonder sometimes though how I was never taught that three point wonder. How could I have missed it all of those years? Sure, I didn’t go to parochial school daily but I attended Catechism classes, I took the nuns seriously even as I walked along the rock wall outside of St. Anthony’s afraid they would see me, the sinners’ child, the divorced one.

How could it be, all those Saturday evenings at St. Brendan’s, mandatory Saturday evening mass with dinner at Howard Johnson’s afterward, my grandfather singing Louis Armstrong so I didn’t know where the jukebox began and his voice ended? My grandmother daring to order dessert after picking through cottage cheese and fruit for dinner, taking 45 minutes longer than the rest of us to finish her meal? My brother and I climbing in and out and over and under the table, and my grandmother sitting there, unperturbed, seeing only her little world. How could that be?


Because we see what we see Lord,

What we choose to see.

None of us are right or wrong.

I simply went to Mass to tune in to you.






Did you know I started to go to healing masses? Yes, I felt much like my debacle mass after mass with the three point gesture and became further indignant that no one ever taught me how to pray the rosary. Thank you for letting us discover the Internet, where I looked for remedial Catholicism courses.

Yes. I went to healing masses. Yes, I watched the news. I know the media was not supporting miracles, but listen, I saw them for myself, ok? The sweet surrender to the Holy Spirit, coming back from the ground lying prone, the flood of tears after a blessing, the tears uncontrollable for ten or fifteen minutes. Did you know Lord, it was only after the Mass that I learned of Padre Pio and the flood of tears? All the priest said to me is “let you be flooded with happiness”, and I cried and cried, my right arm shaking, unable to wipe away or stop the tears. I knew then Lord, I knew to stop fighting the miracle of you, despite the fact of not being surrounded by anyone who believes. The more I thought God, the more I knew, I never should have needed the flood of tears, I should have just seen the less than loving actions of my contemporaries to know there must be something higher.

I still missed mass that day Lord and have not returned regularly since then because you live in me, I don’t mind joining in, but I won’t condemn in prayer. Did you make me forget to turn the clocks?





I woke up flat God.

I woke up uneven.

Doesn’t make sense does it? How can I be flat and uneven at the same time? Did you know it was heresy to state that the world was round? That’s what we are when we are even, Lord, we are round, circular, without beginning or end.

Today I stayed quiet through my flatness. I didn’t take it out on anyone. It was a big day for me.

Did you ever jam to music? Let your arms fly about and get lost and by getting lost get found? I know, they say you are Light. They say you are all encompassing and can be nothing and everything at once, but by being everything you also become nothing as we know it.

I think though Lord, that you might be dancing, your face turned toward the light, and not just only the light itself. I hope I get no hate mail from saying this, but I believe you sing and dance, and I think your voice might be slightly off-key.




My mind shifted to the right

At first I thought

That I was lightheaded

Sugar balance off


I blended with the air

There was no distinction

Not gray against white against green

Not blue against the yellow of the sun


My mind shifted to the right

I felt the quiet pleasure of

Pushing that space away


I wondered and worried

Not knowing what it meant


Then today

I stood there n the kitchen

The coolness of the counter against my hand

My mind shifted to the right

Making room




If I smelled the lilac

In the hall

And no one was there

Would I be wrong?


If I dreamed of a big open book

With golden edging

A dove flying from its middle

Tendrils of ivy from its beak

Mid air

Would I be wrong?




Good evening God.

I feel like sometimes I need a sabbatical from my brain. I don’t feel that way right now, well, not entirely, but I would like a sabbatical for the blocks I have put in my mind that keep me from seeing how to grow.

How to devote my life to writing, creativity, art, the continued search and study of spirituality, gardening, playing with the kids, quiet meals with my family, simply loving my husband.

It’s as if I spent this earthly life with a purpose of building fences to keep myself from expanding from my soul. And on top of that choose to be a litigation attorney, joke is on me, right?




I live in the abyss of heavens

In the valleys on earth

Striving for the moments

Of existence

Yet uncounted


I sit in a crowd

Of those who judge and ferment

And never do I hear the word “God”


I scratch my head and wonder

Why I don’t have the answers

When I was raised to have the answers

To not

Was to be defenseless


I scratch upon the table

The numbers

The figures

To tell me

Who is cheating whom


I smile

Because there is no sense in frowning

Jesus loved all

Who am I

To love less?


Asking for a sign

Receiving one after another

I share and am met with disbelief


M grandfather standing in the parking lot

Of the local foodstore

Watching me pull out of my parking space

But waiting first

To make sure

The elderly couple next to me

Were done

Were safe


He stood there

I thought scowling at first

Preconceiving me to be

A young whippersnapper


And then

He pushed down his cap

Hooked his index finger

To his thumb

It’s ok, kiddo

He said



Ten years gone from this earth

I stopped

Then started

A smile

A nod

Letting him go.


I have tried

To take care of those

He left behind

I have, haven’t I?

Haven’t I tried?


Didn’t I try

Can you read me?




Why don’t I talk to you? Wouldn’t it make more sense? Why do I send you a letter? Am I really that worried that too many others are begging at the same time?

We humans are like ants scurrying for the hills, knowing the big human feet are above us and can stamp us out for no reason at all, but continuing our predictable patterns to the end.

Where do we begin and end Lord?

Is it with the talking animals? Do we save those we respect and slaughter the others? Even if that means expanding the definition of our fellow brothers and sister?

I’m sorry, but I just don’t get it, no one has given us the text book of the earth, and if they have, we’ve borrowed and copied and altered and destroyed and have left only those pages that suit us.

How can I sit in my lush home on a Sunday morning and see a young girl in Dafur, a photograph in time spread against my kitchen table, of a young girl raped? How can I possibly go on with my day when a child, only one, has been shot in the foot by those same rapists, tattooing her for the fate ahead? How can I possibly bear my own privileged existence?


* *

Dear Lord:


There must be answers somewhere. I’m simply not clever or learned enough to find them, but I know they are here.

All my life, all I have ever wanted to do is write, primarily, to get people to understand humanity, that we are all one. That there is no beginning and no end and what you do to my brother or sister, you do to me. Lines of politics, sex, national origin, religion, are simply just excuses for us not to help one another.

Did you know this is my land Lord? The land stolen is now ours? The one they want to build walls around so starving children can remain starving? Who is wrong Lord? Us or them? Or me for even fashioning a question that includes an us and them?

Can I ever wirte Lord without worrying that what I write is not worthy? Or what I write will not be misconstrued, pulled into something that was never intended? A plaything for my unintended audience? Do I dare to be silent the rest of the years You have given me here? Is that my lesson? To shut up and be quiet and hide in the face of so much atrocity? To suffer it, a self inflicted martyr? Or a willing accomplice?

Many of the ones who seek to do justice in this world dispense judgment, right or wrong, without regard to the injustice they hand out, is that right Lord? Does one balance the other? I know it doesn’t but I watch the news and no one cares, even me, as I stop at the food store stocking up for my family and my family alone.

At any rate Lord, you know me, right down to the center of my soul, far removed from my heart, lower, deeper, higher, more shallow, everywhere and nowhere. Simply almost undetectable here on earth-you know what I’m about. You know I’d love more guidance, a simple how-to book to make the world better, but heck, I’m 39, in earthly standards, I’ve been waiting awhile and it’s not here. Help me Lord. Just give me a list. Tell me how to stop the hurting.




God is here. God is here. God is here.

Allow him to use you.

Without those words, myself and many like me would be lost. How do you meander through a day? How do you forget the grace of each miracle that gives you a day?

God has spoken and he has said that you should love and show forgiving kindness.

This same statement echoes throughout the majority of all religions, why then, are we so lost? What is there to figure out? Forgive and forget. Continue to love. Leave anger at the door. It never means that we go back for more abuse, nor does it mean that we gossip or cause harm to others, no matter what they may have done to us. We move on, in loving kindness.

Dear Lord:

Has there been a moment when you have simply shaken your head? Forgotten where you are in the script, where the director left off and the actors took over? I doubt that. Free will. Really, just two words, but oh so powerful. They give us both ownership and liability, the two never to be divorced.

I have seen you and felt you, both in the moments when people watch and what they don’t. As cool as it is Lord to say I love you, people still look askance and wonder if someone loving Jesus is just a freak who doesn’t have a job.

Can you help us?





Hi God. I woke up again today. It’s a lovely day. Thank you.


9 thoughts on “Open Letter to God

  1. I thoroughly enjoyed this piece, from the angst and the exploration to the mini-epiphanies, to the re-exploration, and finally to the “lovely day.” Such a thoughtful and deeply felt process unveiled for all of us to see. You ask: “How do we sit together in loving Christian kindness and denounce “others”, who, more often than not, are closer to God whether they believe in him or not, simply in acts of kindness and their reliability of spirit?” I have often thought that myself – and I am Jewish by birth. And I smiled at the family scene at Howard Johnson’s, so simple and familiar. And I loved the dancing God. Why shouldn’t the spirit of love and eternity dance in the light?

    I see some things where you and I may differ in our points of view, but for me that is a minor point only made major by the way people approach each other and interact. Reading your words, I feel in my heart that we could sit and talk about all these things and come from a place of love and finding solutions, rather than getting bogged down in what’s not right and feelings like hurt and anger – feelings that only impede progress of any kind, both internal and external.

    As for anger… For me, after years of denying him access and then realizing he breaks through my defenses anyway, I’ve decided to let anger through my door. He is now welcome. He just has to sit toward the back with his pals fear and judgment, while I give some of my other friends who actually live with me, like love and compassion, the seats closer to me. If at times the backseat boys need to speak out, I listen and respect their points of view – but they don’t live with me. They are just passing through. (-;

    At least that’s what I aim for! And if I fail, then I have to remember compassion for myself. Speaking of self-compassion and the feeling of unworthiness…funny how hard we are on ourselves. I and so many people I know struggle with that too. If god loves us with all our human flaws, isn’t that good enough? Who are we to tell him he’s wrong? (-;

    Sorry I rambled on so long. Your words just sparked lots of thoughts. Much thanks for your beautifully written and heartfelt piece.

  2. I have spent much time dispelling anger, stripping it bare. You describe it as an old friend, who sits in your father’s favorite chair, the remote at the right hand. I paused, and pause now still, I have something to learn here. After years of deuling anger, impatience and judgment, there is an open area, a vista, where things settle, and swirl in a pool, a natural geyser waiting, perhaps you wonder? But it is an open and softer space, with room to think.

    You are Jewish? and type God. There is so much always to learn in this world. Where did I learn that God would not be written? As you say, it would not matter, it is form over substance.

    I thank you for your kind and welcoming words and look forward to seeing more of your thoughts.

  3. You have such a lovely open mind. A short reply if I may? I found the struggle with anger never worked – it only gave it power over me because it sat in my thoughts and festered. A friend taught me not to fight it – since it’s part of me too and I should honor all parts of me (even the less pleasant parts). But if I stop fighting and observe the anger and let it speak when it needs to tell me something – since sometimes there are things that merit anger – and then open the door so it can pass through, well…for me, some of its paralyzing power is gone. Fighting it only feeds it. And nursing it feeds it too. Buddhism based, I think. “The hungry ghost.” I found thinking about it this way plus forgiving to be the best answer for me. Not forgiving the act necessarily if it was heinous, but understanding the reasons and where the person was coming from. (I think you speak of this.) Again, releasing the anger inside for our sake since it just eats and eats at our spirit. But that’s how I see it. i know it might not make sense for others. And I’m not claiming I’m always successful. Just the approach I try to take.

    As for the fact that religious Jewish people don’t spell out God…I am smiling. You are right. The answer is…while I am Jewish by birth, I guess you could say I am now spiritual with no formal structured set of beliefs other than those I’ve pieced together.

    Sorry. Meant this to be short. Just such meaty topics. Please feel free to visit either of my blogs and share your thoughts any time the urge strikes!

  4. Namaste.


    I am understanding this now, I am understanding this better……….it is not “embracing” anger to keep it within us, it is acknowledgeing anger’s presence, opening the door, greeting it, offerering it tea if you will, and seeing it back out the door.

    There is an agreement here: don’t ask Anger to move in. A meal, a snack, a seat by the fire, but then, Anger must return from where it went. Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer, no?

    Ah, I knew I had learned somewhere about *od. I have met many different levels of Jewish belief, and I remain, a specatator in the stands, asking for more, telling me about this natural fabric of faith….my best teacher has moved on though, this earthly world not big enough for her.


    Forgiveness, the act of erasing on an emotional level that which occurred either by accident or deliberate malice. I have met one person in life, who does not understand the word forgiveness, for him, he does not understand that an act has been committed that would require forgiveness. There is a light that shines from him, of course he can’t see, because he is without ego. Forgiveness is a tool for those of those that have been impacted, insulted, hurt by the ego of others. It is wonderful to forgive, I strive to the next level, where forgiveness is not necessary as nothing has touched me on that earthly level.

    Please post both of your blogs. I noted one: workcoach, but somehow missed the other and would enjoy reading more of your words.

  5. I returned to learn from your words. Exactly what I was trying to say but you said it so much more eloquently. I want to thank you because I’ve been go through a difficult time since my mom’s death last year and our exchange helped me remember I can expand the practice beyond just anger to all my sadness and fears. Appreciate your visits to my blogs. Namaste right back at ya. (-;

  6. The light gets turned on when we remember things that will help us grow, even at the worst moments of our life. A belief in some type of spirituality, in something larger than what we just see and academically know, is a bridge. Problem is, it can be frustrating fighting faith.

  7. About 3 years ago I dropped into a black hole – four months of absolute terror. I wanted to end my life, but somehow [Holy Spirit], I reached out to a friend who took me to hospital. I had three visits [hospital] in four months – I actually thought I was in hell. I imagine I was going through some sort of metamorphosis [mental, physical & spiritual]. I had been seeing a therapist [1994] on a regular basis, up until this point in time. I actually thought I would be locked away – but the hospital staff was very supportive [I had no control over my process]. I was released from hospital 16th September 1994, but my fear, pain & shame had only subsided a little. I remember this particular morning waking up [home] & my process would start up again [fear, pain, & shame]. No one could help me, not even my therapist [I was terrified]. I asked Jesus Christ to have mercy on me & forgive me my sins. Slowly, all my fear has dissipated & I believe Jesus delivered me from my “psychological prison.” I am a practicing Catholic & the Holy Spirit is my friend & strength; every day since then has been a joy & blessing. I deserve to go to hell for the life I have led, but Jesus through His sacrifice on the cross, delivered me from my inequities. John 3: 8, John 15: 26, are verses I can relate to, organically. He’s a real person who is with me all the time. I have so much joy & peace in my life, today, after a childhood spent in orphanages [England & Australia]. God LOVES me so much. Fear, pain, & shame, are no longer my constant companions. I just wanted to share my experience with you [Luke 8: 16 – 17].

    Peace Be With You

  8. …there is nothing hidden which will not become visible……

    How very telling and humbling.

    Very thoughtful response you have shared. I randomly opened the Bible yesterday and came across a well known phrase: “Remove the wooden beam from your eye first; then you will see clearly to remove the splinter in your brother’s eye.” Luke 7:42

    I think, in my mind, this also means the ability to forgive ourselves allows us to forgive others.

    I have also been carrying a book this week you may be familiar with, a very slim book, “The Practice of the Presence of God, Brother Lawrence of the Resurrection”, edited and paraphrased by Donald E. Demaray. It is a wonderful, clear reminder.

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