"In searching for a way into the biblical Pentecost sotry, I discovered oe of my own and invited others to find theirs as witness to the gift of the indwelling of the Holy Spirit in each person and all creation."
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"The story in the Acts of the Apostles of Saul and Annais opens an opportunity to look at the universal human tendency to blame others and excuse ourselves - an ego game in which Jesus never participated, even on the cross."
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