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February 12, 2022

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John Rackley

I am delighted to read this. I have noticed how much I am drawn to the relationship between spirituality and topography at present. This is at least an important part of the Gospel readings for the last Sunday before Lent and the First Sunday of Lent in the current lectionary where ‘mountain’ and ‘wilderness ‘ are a fundamental element in the story.

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