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Woodstoves and Ash Wednesday

By Christie Purifoy Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. Every winter I walk a circle. It begins at the woodstove in my kitchen where I will cram one more hardwood log into the fiery...

Behold Our King

By Christie Purifoy What was true of King David and true of King Solomon has, in fact, been true of every person to whom we have bowed or pledged our allegiance. His feet are...

Still Hiding

By Christie Purifoy When President Trump announced the end of DACA, another battleground in his ongoing fight against immigrants and immigration, I observed my blonde, blue-eyed, non-Spanish-speaking child with alarm. His biological link to Mexico...