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    Finding a Source of Renewal and Hope

    How do we make hope more than a platitude? How do we make it real and honest? How do we apply it to our current situation in life, including life after a pandemic?

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    A Reason to Hope

      A friend called today to ask how I planned to occupy my time during the Covid-19 stay-at-home order. “Truthfully, I hoped to hunker down and complete a new book.” She paused and then added, “But writing a book seems like such a grueling marathon […]

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    A Gentle Walk Toward Healing

    (Article first published by CaringBridge) Mary Farr, left, with JoAnn Hardegger, mother of Baby Brighid, the namesake of CaringBridge, at a November 2017 event marking the 20th anniversary of CaringBridge and launch of the How We Heal series. Pediatric hospital chaplain and ordained minister Mary […]

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    Meet Mary’s New Book, If I Could Mend Your Heart, a small quiet walk toward healing

    Life offers plenty of rewards, adventures and opportunities. It also presents us with setbacks and challenges. Eventually, we all must come to terms with loss. In a new edition of her acclaimed book, If I Could Mend Your Heart (Shorehouse Books, 2017), St. Paul author […]

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