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Trusting Strangers, Trusting Ourselves

Who we trust has changed over the years. When we lived in small communities, we trusted our immediate neighbors. We shopped on credit and bartered for goods and services. Now we put our trust in complete strangers we meet online. How can we take this blind trust and apply it to our relationships? How can … Continued

Holy Curiosity in the Neighborhood

In the wake of the Tree of Life shootings last fall, we’ve seen a lot of signs with messages like “Stronger Than Hate” and “Love thy neighbor, no exceptions.” Who are our neighbors in Murrysville, and what does our faith tell us about the need for curiosity and openness when it comes to being a … Continued