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Glory Follows Suffering

On September 2, 1945 the documents of surrender officially ending World War II were signed by the Japanese and designated representatives of allied nations. ...


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Christ's Hope for the Suffering

In the Koch Gallery of Boston's Museum of Fine Arts hangs Bartolome Murillo's Christ after the Flagellation, a painting that depicts two angels gazing ...


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Heavenly Reward

As a deaf child, former NFL star Kenny Walker felt like an outsider. As Kenny matured, however, he compensated for his deafness with great physical prowess. ...


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World's Empty Promises

When I was a senior in high school, I was voted co-captain and most improved player on the basketball team. At the annual sports assembly I was called ...


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Earthly Memorials vs. Heavenly Glory

Tombstones are getting updated, at least in Hollywood. At Hollywood Forever, a 64-acre cemetery next to Paramount Studios, they produce multimedia narratives ...


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Football Grunts Honored for Humble Service

"If you work hard, good things will happen…to someone else."

So goes the motto of the All-Joes Team. Each year USA Today honors overlooked and often unappreciated ...


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Hidden, Humble Servants

In The Seven Storey Mountain, Thomas Merton comments that good people are usually hidden. I'm convinced he's right.

What convinced me was a woman named ...


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Skater Finds Worth Through Gold Medal

Upon being awarded the gold medal in the men's 1,500-meter speed skating competition, Apolo Anton Ohno of the U.S. reveled in his own glory and victory. ...


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Arnold Palmer on Rejection

Arnold Palmer announced that he is playing his last Masters Tournament this year. Palmer won the Masters in '58, '60, '62, and '64. He is one of the greatest ...


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Companionship of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan

On the advice of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, the parents of Helen Keller sent for a teacher from the Perkins Institution for the Blind in Boston, Massachusetts. ...


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