Tag Archives: Burnout

  1. Burying the Cake – and the Alleluia

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    November 10, 2018 by lucieromarin

    I’ve been ironing baby-clothes and thinking about this post by Dorothy Cummings McLean, in which she writes about what it …
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  2. Integroe in Ministry

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    October 12, 2018 by lucieromarin

    Integroe Partners reviewed the Archdiocese of Sydney during the time of the Royal Commission. They were chosen by the Archdiocese …
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  3. Questions to Ask When Choosing a Subculture (or When Getting Chosen by One).

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    September 29, 2018 by lucieromarin

    Some of these come, not from my experience, but from the experiences of friends of other conservative subcultures (coughpersonalprelaturecough). The …
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  4. We are the Culture

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    August 1, 2018 by lucieromarin

    Those who have never been seriously hurt by their religious communities will think of apostasy in terms of truth and …
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  5. On Turning Forty

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    July 18, 2018 by lucieromarin

    Single women raised in conservative communities dread their fortieth birthdays. (I don’t know if the same is true for men; …
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  6. Psychology vs Counselling

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    May 24, 2018 by lucieromarin

    A psychologist’s daughter once told me that therapists were just people who failed psychology at university. (There’s that word ‘just’ …
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  7. Thomism versus Burnout

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    January 13, 2014 by lucieromarin

    In the late 1990s, Jacques Derrida came to Sydney and said, “The visibility of visibility is not visible,” whereupon his …
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