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Contributing Columnists

Susanne Cabrini Marie, Orland Park Resident

Resident Poet: ‘Perrenials’
4:52 am CDT June 18, 2019 by Susanne Cabrini Marie, Orland Park Resident Opinion, Contributing Columnists
At times our roots get so dry, we crumble. Then back to earth we fall and tumble. Within the soil, our seeds shake loose; And the rain comes, most profuse.

The Rev. Caleb Hong, Faith United Methodist Church

Pastor Column: Free from anxiety
4:52 am CDT May 22, 2019 by The Rev. Caleb Hong, Faith United Methodist Church Opinion, Contributing Columnists
Do you feel anxious about anything? Recently, I’ve had days when I felt anxious about everything. Kids, health issues, scheduling changes, church drama, denominational drama, not missing end-of-the-year activities, remembering to pick up flowers for Mother’s Day — there are so many reasons to stress.
Pastor Column: Let there be peace
Pastor Column: Give up grumbling
Pastor Column: The journey begins
Pastor Column: Do not fear

The Rev. Michael Foley, Our Lady of the Woods

Pastor Column: The meaning of the cathedral
4:50 am CDT May 5, 2019 by The Rev. Michael Foley, Our Lady of the Woods Opinion, Contributing Columnists
Probably most of you saw photos and news accounts of the fire that nearly took down the great Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris. Along with images of the smoke and flames are the images of people weeping and the sounds of people praying. For the French in particular, something was lost, and they knew it.

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