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  • Deacon Dan Wright serves the Diocese of Austin, Texas. His work outside the parish is as a special education teacher serving students with significant cognitive disabilities.



  • Family activities, spirituality, liturgy, Christian apologetics, social justice topics, special education issues, and promoting the peace and unity of the human family.
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August 09, 2006


forget me not

This is absolutely providential and I'd like to link to it. Thanks Deacon Dan.


Our problem with love begins when love shuts the light off even before we're out of the room. What is love conserving either light or love for? Just spend it. Count the cost after we're in the earth.

Deacon Dan, I didn't realize there were such fine people in Texas. Thank you for being you.


"...the divine inheritance of continual, constant, giving." I so much desire His grace for this "kenosis", this self-emptying.

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