St. Joseph Ellinwood, KS and Immaculate Conceptoin Claflin, KS

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Death and DesirePodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
Today the ancient lover of our souls, the Bridegroom, carries desire, like a dagger, into the heart of death.
Date: 3/25/16
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Shattered LovePodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
Even the strongest of loves goes down into the shades of death. But we believe, as the Bridegroom believed, that this world will made for love, that love will conquer death itself.
Date: 3/24/16
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I Must Speak: Funeral of Beverly ZinkPodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
Maybe it was losing her twin sister in a car accident, back in 1969. Barbara was only thirty years old. Beverly became particularly devoted to the promises made to Saint Brigid of Sweden, about the sort of death those who are faithful to her prayers could expect.
Date: 3/23/16
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Jesus, Remember MePodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
If truth itself was cursed on a cross next to mine, perhaps truth had come to claim me, to gather me into itself.
Date: 3/20/16
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Her ShamePodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
Once you see another as an object of your desires, it is only a small step to see the other as an object to be marketed.
Date: 3/13/16
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Spitting Out Kuhn's PrayerPodcast
by Fr.Terrance W. Klein
In God justice and mercy meet, because God is the justice we cannot attain, and it is God who lifts us toward it, toward himself, in mercy.
Date: 3/6/16
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Sacred GroundPodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
When we tear down the sacred, we do not kill God. We strangle our humanity.
Date: 3/3/16
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The Problem with godPodcast
by Fr. Terrance W. Klein
Even if we cannot articulate it, we were created with the longing to look upon the face of God. Yet God’s transcendence, God’s mystery, means that God can’t be conjured. No words or rituals capture God, not even those most Catholic
Date: 2/21/16
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