• Glenn Wilson
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    Al from Rancho Santa Clara: When we visit other towns for more than a fast flyby, Stew and I often make two stops, one at an A.A. meeting and the other at a Unitarian Church, if nothing else just to have some face time with the locals, shake a few hands, not feel like complete outsiders.

    And so for the past two Sundays we have attended services at San Antonio's First Unitarian Church. Yesterday's visit in particular was a powerful antidote for the swirl of news over the past two weeks about two more mass shootings, inevitably followed by the crossfire of toxic tweets, accusations and recriminations that passes for civic discourse in the U.S. today.

    These are not good times for immigrants anywhere in the world, as the shooter in El Paso reminded us in his screed before killing 22 people, the morning of August 3.

    Continue reading at Life at Rancho Santa Clara: A peaceful eye amid a hurricane of discord.
    (Update: Link corrected.) More #RanchoSantaClara.

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