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Snapshots of grace: Capturing the sacred in daily life

Snapshots of grace: Capturing the sacred in daily life

| Christina Capecchi | December 16, 2010 | 1 Comment

Funny how a single picture can change everything.

In the tiny town of Bovey, Minn., four years into World War I, an old man peddling foot scrapers knocked on Eric Enstrom’s door.

Eric was 43, a Swedish immigrant who had bought land, opened a photography studio and raised his kids to speak perfect English. He fed the peddler and studied him. There was something striking about the man, a gentle strength in his deep wrinkles and straggly beard.

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A vocation that puts all your gifts to work is no minor call

A vocation that puts all your gifts to work is no minor call

| Christina Capecchi | November 4, 2010 | 0 Comments

The question on the cover of the November issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, caught my eye: “What’s your true calling?”

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We are bound to Good Shepherd through pain and healing

We are bound to Good Shepherd through pain and healing

| Christina Capecchi | September 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

I had relegated shepherds to the unicorn file, somewhere near the hunch-backed blacksmith and the whistling milkman. They were the stuff of Mother Goose lore.

So, it was surprising to discover actual shepherds when I visited the Holy Land.

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