Tag Archives: Friendship

  1. Thread as a Primitive Magic

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    February 25, 2018 by lucieromarin

    Once, after a session of spiritual direction, I took my crochet hook and my yarn from my bag. “Do you …
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  2. “Then They Won’t Hate Him So Much”

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    February 14, 2018 by lucieromarin

    I had been catching up with a seminarian-friend, one who had also met my director years past. As we walked …
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  3. Notes from Thus-Far

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    June 16, 2014 by lucieromarin

    So, I’m about a year and six months into blogging about conservative Catholic recovery from burnout, and disappointment in vocation …
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  4. The Fascinating Mentat

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    March 10, 2014 by lucieromarin

    For those who haven’t had the dubious pleasure of reading Frank Herbert’s Dune, a mentat is a man (usually) whose …
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  5. After the Occupation

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    March 6, 2014 by lucieromarin

    It’s all very well for me to write, “Let him recede,” as a means of recovering from a broken friendship …
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  6. Now I’m Just Somebody that He Used to Know

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    March 2, 2014 by lucieromarin

    This weekend, while trudging through the rain with a bag of groceries on my back, I suddenly remembered lines from …
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  7. Who Am I, if I Am Not My Friends?

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    December 28, 2013 by lucieromarin

    It’s easy to love friends as much as family. It’s easy to love them more than family, if you’re single …
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