Catherine Claire Larson

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1000 yeses: Mary’s journey

This is my little drummer boy offering this advent season–to Christ–and to you, my dear ones. What have I to give? I give my heart and these poems, written like separate days on Mary’s journey. I originally intended to give you one poem a day, but time got away from me and I wanted you to have them before Christmas. So, grab a cup of coffee: get cozy. Enjoy the slow journey. And may these words bl

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“[A] clear picture came into John's mind. He could see Jesus hanging on the cross: stripped, beaten, mocked, despised, nails tearing through his flesh, and a crown of thorns on his head. And John could hear Jesus cry, from within the pain, "Forgive!" John realized his message was for him and for his fellow Rwandans. He understood that neither he, nor they, could wait until the pain was over in order to forgive. Jesus had cried out for the forgiveness of his killers when he was still in the midst of the pain.”
Catherine Claire Larson, As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda

“How can I refuse to forgive you when I did not make you? Your crime--" she paused, forming her thoughts carefully--"Your crime was against God, who created the people you killed.”
Catherine Claire Larson, As We Forgive: Stories of Reconciliation from Rwanda




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