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Well! That was invigorating. Our homily this morning on the Samaritan woman was shorter than the usual, probably because the gospel passage was so long. Our priest said that when he was an altar boy it was their least favorite Sunday of the year because they had to stand so long, but now that he is an adult he hangs on every word.

I felt the same way this morning, hearing how the woman's life was changed and she became a worshiper and an evangelist. Christ revealed so much to her - He must have known she had the ears and the heart to hear.

I will print out your post because it's also that long that I will benefit by reading it in print form as well. And I want to savor some of the many pithy lines again, like: "[seeking God] is the essence of your rationality" and many others. Thank you, thank you.

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