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Misc: For Receptivity to the Impossible, We Fervently Pray

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fairy-tales

TCC’s own Melissa Musick writes about a recent spate of articles concerned about whether or not religious children can differentiate fact from fiction. She writes, “If you want me, I’ll be where I’ve been for most of the past 40 years, telling children stories: of a bush that burns but is not consumed, and of seas that part so slaves can cross over to freedom, and of a hungry lion whose mouth is shut by the hand of God.” Read her essay in defense of faith and fairy tales in The National Catholic Reporter here: For Receptivity to the Impossible, We Fervently Pray