TCC Playlist: Shangri La by M. Ward

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Matthew Stephen Ward, M. Ward, is a singer-songwriter and guitarist whose Catholicism peeks out from his lyrics from St. Paul references to singing on “Epistemology,” “I was raised in a Catholic school . . . I learned how to hold on from a book of old Psalms. ” Check out the track, “Shangri La” in which he sings, “I can’t wait to see the expression on the face of my sweet Lord.”

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Memorial of St. Cyril of Jerusalem (TCC Reads: Surprised by Joy by C.S. Lewis)

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In 4th century Jerusalem, Archbishop Cyril argued that just because we can never get to the bottom of the mystery of God doesn’t mean we shouldn’t learn what we can. More from Melissa Musick after the jump:

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How to Go on a Pilgrimage Where You Never Enter a Church

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In this article in Celebration, TCC’s own Melissa Musick describes going to Nebraska to watch the sandhill cranes annual migration. She writes, we learned again, “what it means to stand before a mystery.” Read the entire essay after the jump:

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