Forgiveness

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September 9, 2011

Every now and then the liturgical calendar, history's calendar and our own collective emotional calendars are precisely in synch. This Sept. 11, 2011, is such a day. Ten years after the atrocities of 9/11, the pain remains -- intense for those closest to the victims, a dull ache for those of us...

September 9, 2011

Every now and then the liturgical calendar, history's calendar and our own collective emotional calendars are precisely in synch. This Sept. 11, 2011, is such a day. Ten years after the atrocities of 9/11, the pain remains -- intense for those closest to the victims, a dull ache for those of us...

October 31, 2003

On almost any day of the week, you can find the Rev. George Day on his way to far-flung parts of Oklahoma. He could be traveling to Taft, a tiny community near Muskogee in the eastern part of the state; to Altus in the southwest corner near the Texas border; or to Lexington, 60 miles south of...

February 13, 2003

'Once perpetrators begin to examine their evil, go beyond just feeling guilty about it, and allow themselves to feel true remorse, they're human again--not monsters,' an Anglican South African educator who was a member of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission told an audience at a seminar on...

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