Articles by Kate Harris

Institute for Faith Vocation Culture

VocationOn Daily Work

The Myth of Balance

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Several months ago I was invited to lead a breakout seminar at a conference on calling and the common good, offering some reflections about what it looks like to take up calling across all of life, but especially with a view to the ordinary, unsexy realities of daily life. I smiled when I arrived at...

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Vocation

The Heart of Vocation

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“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.” – Nelson Mandela It is hard to go very far in conversations about vocation without very quickly getting tripped up on language. Discussion about a person’s longing...

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Institute for Faith Vocation Culture

FaithLiturgical Reflections

I did it. It was me.

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With Lent drawing to a close as we step into Holy week I have been thinking about repentance.  Specifically, I have been thinking about how hard it is. I have three young kids, the oldest of which are five and three so we have done a turn or two with them on learning to take...

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