Open Book: Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather

BY: pradm2n

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Pray Maker and her friend Alice Shelton discuss spiritual themes and questions from literature and poetry, then top it off with a prayer from the Prayables collection. Join us in our journey to find God between the pages of our favorite books. This week, Lori and Alice will discuss a quotation from Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop.

 

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Today's Spiritual Quote
Today's Spiritual Quote
Limited as we are to our steadily aging bodies, we find it fascinating that angels can take any form that suits the message. A "classic" angel, with wings and all lighted up, perhaps with pale skin and eyes of blue flame, seems to be less often glimpsed than do angels in the guise of ordinary folks of all sorts--male or female, young or old, tall or short, any race, any dialect, any description. end quote
-Traci Mullins,
"Breakfast with the Angels"
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