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Leslie encouraged us to think about whether or not the passage was relevant to anything in our lives. I saw a few heads incline toward each other and exchange some soft murmurs – I sat quietly and thought. She told us a personal story about a falling out she’d had with a classmate in graduate school.While completing her Master’s degree in philosophy, she and another classmate had fought over the implications of an obscure Hegel treatise.Curtis has boundary issues and some people were uncomfortable so we figured this system was easiest.” I chuckled.My old parish had a “Curtis” too – an overbearing French woman named Amelie who reeked of cigarettes and decided that everyone was her best friend.I put my phone away and turned my eyes toward the front.
“This is different,” I thought “she’s got a Powerpoint slide.” It made sense though, given the number of Spanish speakers in Phoenix, that there would need to be a translation for some of the stuff going on.“You don’t have to take one,” he said “but it helps people know who’s new.If you’re not a fan of being hugged, I’d suggest writing your name in red pen – yeah it seems like a weird rule but we’ve had problems in the past.Circumstances had forced me to uproot my job and relocate to Arizona – not exactly my idea of ideal living conditions.Luckily, my freemam from back in Vancouver called ahead to Leslie, the freemam of the parish closest to my new apartment to let her know I was coming.When a commenter asked why Facebook doesn't notify that Dec.