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When Jonathan Webb and I approached the Catholic Church as thirty-something post-Protestant outcasts nearly two decades ago, it was a fine twist of grace–or at least a bit of good luck–that Fr. Michael Sweeney, O.P., was the priest that met us at the door. He himself was standing outside the door, taking a smoke break. Now Fr. Sweeney is President of the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology (DSPT) at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley. Check out his Lenten reflections.

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  1. Angelico Nguyen, Esq., OP says:

    A powerful insight from Father; thanks very much for sharing this.

    (FILED UNDER: M FOR MANKIND)

    Interesting anecdote, too, from what we must pray will someday be the hagiography of Saints Jonathan Webb and Jonathan Potter.

    (TAGGED WITH: DOMINICANA)

  2. Quin Finnegan says:

    Thirtysomethings almost two decades ago makes you …

    Wise. As is Fr Sweeney in this reflection … Thanks!

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