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Miners as Metaphor: Hope Rescued from the Mine in Chile, World Invited to Begin Again Comments

The miners have become a metaphor. They emerged from the darkness of what could have been a tomb. Instead, it became a womb of rebirth. Miner Mario Sepulveda, speaking to the International Press put it so simply, "I was with God and with the devil. And I reached out for God."  Now, it is our turn to do the reaching. Continue Reading

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  1. Michael
    4 years ago

    One other thought on the miners' rescue. It is a great human interest story and very inspiring that a number of the rescued took the opportunity to pray after being brought to the surface. However, apparently there is one miner who has a wife and "girlfriend" or mistress waiting for him. I don't see why the media finds it necessary to report that? Their rescue is something to celebrate and congratulate and recognize but not the tawdry "affairs" of one of the rescued.

  2. Michael
    4 years ago

    Deacon, I hope and pray you are correct.

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