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Sister Beth Murphy

Transform Your Life: Sing Mary’s Song

This essay was originally published on Sunday December 30, 2018, in the Springfield State Journal-Register Beliefs column for which Sister Beth Murphy writes regularly. For many of us, January 1 has become unmoored from the faith context of Christmas. It’s New Year’s Day, of course, and holds a sense of promise and fresh start that …

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My Kind of Apocalypse

This essay was first published on November 18, 2018 in the Springfield State Journal-Register Beliefs column for which Sister Beth Murphy writes regularly. There is a certain way of reading Jewish and Christian apocalyptic texts that makes excellent B movie material. I believe we are living in an apocalypse—but not that kind! The word apocalypse …

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How did we get here? Power, Shame—and at Long Last, Mercy

This essay was first published in the August 26, 2018 edition of the Springfield State Journal-Register, in the Beliefs column,  for which Sister Beth Murphy writes regularly. How many tears have been spilled over the latest scandal in the Catholic Church? It is deeply disturbing, painful beyond imagining, to think of the thousands of children …

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Sister Beth Murphy, OP talks about Iraqi refugees

Listen to Sister Beth Murphy, OP on SoundCloud: ‘Iraqi Christians under attack’ by WBEZ’s Worldview. Sister Beth Murphy, OP of St. Pius V Parish talks about working with Iraqi refugees and what is happening to Iraq’s Christian community with Rihab Mousa, a counselor at Heartland Alliance who is originally from Qaraqosh, Iraq. Listen to the …

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