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October 07, 2009

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Alma

I very much enjoyed reading this entry. Thank you.
Alma

bernard

This was a very interesting entry a beautiful tale thank you

Kittredge Cherry

Thank you, Alma and Bernard, for the nice comments! I find that the stories of the saints still connect with people, so I recently started doing a whole series on GLBT saints. Here’s a link to the series:

http://jesusinlove.blogspot.com/search/label/Glbt%20saints

pennyjane

as a follower of kitt's blog, jesusinlove, i would encourage all who have an interest in christian history to take a look.

this particular series is incredibly informative, fun, often insightful and last but certainly not least, encouraging.

i want to thank you personally, kitt, for your tireless research and cheerful style. hearing of others who take great pleasure in being the creatures that God created can only inspire more of us to follow that lead into the light. shining your light on them is your ministry, and a wonderful mission it is.

much love and hope. pj

Kittredge Cherry

Thanks, PJ, for a truly loving comment. Your words encourage me to continue researching and writing about the saints, I’m glad you appreciate my “tireless research and cheerful style” -- because sometimes I DO feel tired and less than cheerful while unearthing buried info on queer saints. But as you say, it is a kind of calling, and my path to God.

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