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Saturday 15 June

2 Cor 5:14-21, Ps 103, Matthew 5:33-37 Compassion and love In her poem, Donna Swanson’s protagonist, Minnie, says, “How long has it been since someone touched me? Twenty years? Twenty years I’ve been a widow. Respected. Smiled at. But never touched. Never held so close that loneliness was blotted out.” Compassion. Touch. Love. How often […]