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            Churches will open again, but it’s good to know on this Easter where faith truly stands

            Nowadays I stand mostly alone, at least apart from the church I once knew, even as another Resurrection Sunday dawns.

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            Now is not the time, saints, to insist on going to church

            There are some within the faith community who remain doubting Thomases about the severity of this storm. Let me assure you the peril is real.

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            It’s not safe to go to church right now. Period

            Don’t stick your hands in a fire just because you believe God has the power to heal you.

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            A prayer from people of faith during this time of crisis

            Even as doctors, scientists and our political leaders impart their best wisdom, only you, Lord, can settle our minds.

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            ‘Singing and praying’ is her prescription for long life

            Alice Rice-Thompson has lived through 19 U.S. presidents.

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            Memories from a father: ‘My children have been my greatest project’

            My drive to be a good father was steeped in my own pain as a child who craved a long-gone father’s embrace.

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            We keep striving for a greater America

            America’s greatness is in its ideals and people.

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            ‘Say their names. Say all 51 of their names’

            "Tell their stories beyond the gory details of how they died," writes John Fountain. "Beyond how their bodies were discarded on the city’s South and West sides."

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            51 Chicago women lost to serial killers whose stories must be told

            Should we not all be moved?

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            The gift of smell and memories of Chicago

            There are good smells and bad smells. Scents to covet. Scents we wish we could forget.