Andrée Seu Peterson

Andrée is a senior writer for WORLD Magazine. Her commentary has been compiled into three books, including Won't Let You Go Unless You Bless Me, a collection of reflective essays written in the wake of her husband's death. Andrée resides in Philadelphia, Penn.


The insanity muddle

| Regaining a biblical starting point
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 4/20/02, 12:00 am

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Very great guilt

| Forget the settlement, where's the repentance?
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 4/13/02, 12:00 am

Mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa,"

we recited antiphonally on hard wooden kneelers every Sunday at Eglise Saint Joseph, before it was decided by the Vatican Council in 1965, a millennium after the fact, that Latin is a dead language.

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Alone in the tunnel

| Where we find the courage to struggle with temptation
by Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted 3/30/02, 12:00 am

My usual way with temptation is to succumb and then repent. I once devoured, in one frenzied gulp, the remaining torso of my son's solid chocolate bunny, so that it would stop tempting me from its green fiberfill nest on the kitchen counter. Immediately there was much relief, and not a little guilt. A Pyrrhic victory.

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