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Your Heart His Home

Money in his bank

By Elizabeth Kelly My first job out of university was working as a teller in a bank. I was singing a lot on the weekends and working on my writing, but I needed a regular income, too. My mom had suggested I apply at a bank. She thought it might ...

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A grace ovation

By Elizabeth Kelly As a gift to my brother on the occasion of his ordination years ago, I told him that I would offer up all of my speaking engagements in thanksgiving for his vocation to the priesthood. This seemed an especially fitting and easy gift because I love speaking ...

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Making peace with “sister”

By Elizabeth Kelly You know you’ve crossed some mystical threshold in aging or illness the moment that water aerobics begins to look, well . . . appealing. I confess, I crossed that threshold about a year ago.  Living with MS for some years now, swimming is one of the only ...

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Getting to forgiven

By Elizabeth Kelly Some years ago, a woman told a lie about me that caused some serious harm and was tremendously painful to bear. After many months had passed, out of the blue, she sent me an email, something along the lines of “If I hurt you, I’m sorry.” We’ve ...

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