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Ten Years Later

Ten Years Later (WWPH Writes, Vol 6, 11/26/2023)

On a hot, humid day in August, I found myself sitting in a back row pew of Saint Patrick's Catholic Church in Washington, DC. I was not a believer in Christianity and no mass was underway.


I stared at the lighted candles flickering near the altar and could smell decades of evidence of the priests, nuns, and parishioners who had graced this building - remnants of candle wax, incense, holy water and probably human sweat.


This did seem to be exactly the right place for me...




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