Kimberly [Knight] Laskowski

Digital Storyteller

To love and allow ourselves to be loved

To love and allow ourselves to be loved

I’ve become rather obsessed with walking. In the midst of the pandemic, there’s not much else to keep my body…

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An Open letter to the Catholic Church: Repent of your sin

An Open letter to the Catholic Church: Repent of your sin

Dear Pope Francis, I am writing to you today as a sister in ministry, albeit protestant ministry. I am a…

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The fog of fear

The fog of fear

March has come in like a lamb here in Holland. As is often the way on the cusp between seasons,…

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Unlearning Fear

Unlearning Fear

A week or so before I was to turn 52 I was walking across the wide open fields of the…

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The colors of prayer

The colors of prayer

Each year on Ash Wednesday millions of people around the globe begin the 40-day season of Lent. During this time,…

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A prayerful path

A prayerful path

A lot of folks claim the season of Advent and Christmas as their favorite time of year. I too find…

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God be in my constant overthinking

God be in my constant overthinking

The season of my coming out was fraught with tumultuous storms and beautiful sunrises.  It was nearly 20 years ago…

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The unseen scene

The unseen scene

We are going to begin February with a writing prompt. Here we are at the beginning of February, deep in…

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Why Seeking Sophia?

I’ve been a nerd all my life. I mean a full blown, Star Wars poster hanging, Dungeons and Dragons playing,…

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Why Pray for Peace?

Why Pray for Peace?

God is not a cosmic vending machine and prayer is not tossing pennies in a divine wishing well. Prayer is persistently practicing…

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