A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and by Simone Campbell

By Simone Campbell

In the summertime of 2012, Sister Simone Campbell and a gaggle of fellow Roman Catholic nuns toured elements of the rustic to rally aid opposed to Congressman Paul Ryan's funds, a plan that reduce important social courses for the hurting negative and the suffering center type. Prayer teams become rallies, and small city conferences turned nationwide media occasions. Sister Simone grew to become a galvanizing strength for progressives of all stripes and continues to be a driver for courses and regulations that aid religion, relations, and fairness.

Rooted in a deep spirituality of compassion and repair, Sister Simone supplies voice to the starvation, isolation, and worry that such a lot of humans in the United States are feeling instantaneously and exhibits us how we will be able to create genuine transformation in our groups and in our personal hearts throughout the contemplative lifetime of prayer. strong, inspiring tales from the Nuns at the Bus journey and from Sister Simone's personal lifestyles provide readers a clean imaginative and prescient for a lived spirituality that's on the middle of today's revolutionary Christian events operating for swap.

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14, and Μ. H. Pope, JBL 85, 1966, 465; cf. also Barr, Comparative Philology and the Text of the Old Testament, 1968, 176, who denies the existence of Ugaritic mn " f r o m " ) . Gordon (UT 148) accepts the reading mab but thinks it is due to dialectical interpénétration. But Dahood claims to detect the preposition mn in Ugaritic mrhqtm (= mn + rhqt + enclitic m) " f r o m afar" (Sacra Pagina 1, 270). More recently de Moor declared (UF 2, 1970, 312, 314) himself as accepting the existence of the Ugaritic mn " f r o m " and would render the Ugariticyrh mkty as "Yarihu from Katti".

Cit. 3 3 - 3 4 . See Jastrow I 609 b. E . g . Gordis op. cit. 2 2 5 ; Zimmerli op. cit. 175; Kroeber op. cit. 8 7 ; Galling op. cit. 96. 35 Chapter 3 (appointed, decreed)42. Hertzberg proposes )»T (season)43 and BH 3 offers löitf (observe). We would expect DIP to contain a parallel to MS?. Hence Dahood claims to recognise in it a noun meaning "place, proper place"44. He does this by equating DB> with samut in the Amarna text ia-nu i ( p ) r u sa-mu ia-nu mi(ti)-ma which, with S. A. B. Mercer, he translates as "place" 48 .

It would be difficult, however, on grounds of dittography to account for the particle 38 An Examination of the Language of Koheleth (to see what they are in themselves, whether they are [true] to themselves) or that nana is a mere dittography 68 . Montgomery thought the difficulty of the passage would be resolved on a proper understanding of the nature of the term ΟΠΒ\ The element on, he maintains, is a conflation of the Aramaic and Hebrew Dijt ( " i f " ) , while tf is the equivalent of the Aramaic ""J: the combination as a whole was intended to introduce the indirect question "whether".

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