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For U.S. Catholics, Ukraine rescue missions come in many forms

Psalms have been the focus of Taras Tymo’s scholarship as vice dean of the theology faculty at Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, but he has discovered new depths in them as he helps the displaced persons flooding his city near the Polish border.

“The psalms are sometimes very brutal, and we never understood. We thought this was some kind of outdated Near Eastern thing that has to be explained away because Christians are too nice and refined to curse our enemies,” he said.

“But in days like this it becomes extremely necessary to be able to voice your outrage, your anger, your panic — all of your dark emotions — and to voice them in a way that is before the face of God.”

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