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Ground Zero is sacred because its ruins are imbued with the mystery of the lives Ground Zero is sacred because its ruins are imbued with the mystery of the lives
Being quiet in order to heart others Being quiet in order to heart others
Sacredness blooms where people are not thinking about themselves Sacredness blooms where people are not thinking about themselves
Eugene Kennedy in On Being a Friend Death is by no means separate from life
Believing A veteran religious writer digging deep to mine the many meanings of faith.
Believing Eugene Kennedy on how faith can make us whole.
9-11 Eugene Kennedy on how one's concern when facing death is to let others know they are loved.
On Being a Friend A rounded overview of this important relationship in our lives.
On Being a Friend Eugene Kennedy on the sacrifices and gifts of loving.
9-11 Ponders the sacramental mystery of this tragedy.