The irony in the title of Rebecca Odegaard's article, "Take a second look," in the July 9, 2007, issue ["Always ready to pray"] is that this article did not impact me until I happened to look at it again in October! Now, scarcely a week has gone by that I haven't restudied the latter part of the article, starting especially with the paragraph that begins: "Human consciousness, as a little ego apart from God, thinks it knows something.
WOMEN OUTNUMBERED MEN among newly ordained priests in the Church of England for the first time last year.
The nativity of Jesus, and its implications for a better world, is a news story of perennial importance.
A balanced view of gift-giving replaces self-righteous cynicism, when the writer glimpses a more inspired view of the Christmas message.
Christmas wonder isn't reserved just for children. It's natural to each of us.