Kyle Kramer

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A Renewed Vision

We’re lonely not only because of our disconnection from each other, but also because we’ve become blind to our connection with God’s creation, in all of its sacred aliveness.
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At Home on Earth: A Bittersweet Farewell

Dear Readers: This is a bittersweet column. Ten years ago, I began writing At Home on Earth for St. Anthony Messenger, and, with this issue, it comes to a close. 
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Seeking Balance in a Crisis

When Scripture encourages us to “fear not,” God isn’t promising to keep us safe, just to stay with us.
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At Home on Earth: An Antidote to Loneliness

We have a loneliness epidemic in the United States, according to Dr. Vivek H. Murthy, the US surgeon general.
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Happy Interdependence Day!

I love the Fourth of July as much as the next patriot, and I revel in destroying my hearing with loud fireworks and my cholesterol numbers with plenty of high-fat picnic fare.
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Work or Home: We’re Better Together

We’re made for community, for “life together,” as theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer put it.
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