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Some of you know that I was diagnosed with cancer in April of 2005. I underwent six months of chemotherapy, at which time I lost all my hair and struggled to keep my faith in God and get well again. Cindy Black, who works for our diocese, asked me to share part of the struggle in a Β short piece I wrote some time ago called The Difficult Choice. It was when I was confronted with the choice of either excusing myself from my Catholic faith, or embracing the cross that came with it.

If you’re interested, here it is, most recently on the MY YEAR OF FAITH Catholic blog.