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Dear Habermas
A Journal of Postmodern and Critical Thought
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Volume 12, No.14, Week of April 29, 2002

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Protection and the Church, by jeanne

Protection and the Church

I was trying to express the conflict of feelings: the horror at the harm done, with the evil personified, and the Priest who is genderless, as well as I could manage, and the mother with the child. The band of angels or putti together with the mother and the Priest or Priestess, as the case may be, represent a line of defense against evil. And that adolescent child over on the left, I don't know, perhaps the one corrupted, harmed, but still fighting the darkness. He has a club in his left hand.

Now, you work with it. These are collaborative paintings. love and peace, jeanne



Announcing:

Conference coming up in Minneapolis on Restorative Justice

Third Annual International Conference on Restorative Justice Practices
August 8-10, 2002
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Summer Jobs - NOT Sociology-Related
McMaster-Carr is looking for an eight week commitment this summer at $12 per hour.



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    In Other Languages
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    Conflicts Around the World
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    Lagniappe! You Gotta Read This!
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    What people are saying about Dear Habermas
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    <i>The NOW Is Cracking</i>, by jeanne Healing
    The NOW is cracking.

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    Susan with Blue BoyKids' Site

    • Patuxent Bird Identification InfoCenter Gives pictures, history, video of bird, and recording of the bird's song. Enjoy a little bird watching with the young people in your family. jeanne

      • The tufted titmouse I've been calling King Tut "little titmouse," so I thought I should know more about the titmouse. He is grey, like Tut, but Tut doesn't exactly have a tuft, and, well, he isn't exactly a bird. But he does make a little yipping sound that reminded me of a baby bird. jeanne Link added April 29, 2002. Link added April 29, 2002.



    What people are saying about Dear Habermas

    • On Monday, April 29, 2002, Mac (Rebecca McLaughlin, UWP) wrote:

      Neat Jeanne....thanks! Neater yet, is the letter I received from Jolene. I'm happy that she replied. Jolene's reply could have been much different, but instead, it was kind and welcoming. I'm so glad that she and her son, unlike some, has had such a positive experience to reflect on, during a time of persecution of her faith.

      Thank you for creating a forum that allowed this exchange. What a rare opportunity you present! It's no wonder I continue, despite having graduated. :)

      Love and peace,

      Thanks, Mac. That's why we have Dear Habermas; we all need it. -mac



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