present

And then there are those conversations that a priest lives for: God-talk, prayer, worship, relationships, reflection, cultural norms, laughter, books, work, old memories, new possibilities, growth, choosing…

I’m sure that conversation flows richer and freer when God doesn’t have to hide in the shadows lest he shatter a teacup by the unexpected weight of his presence.

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