The Sparrow - The Stella Maris: September 2039, Earth Relative, Landfall, Rakhat: October 13, 2039, Earth Relative, Naples: June 2060 Summary & Analysis

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The Stella Maris: September 2039, Earth Relative, Landfall, Rakhat: October 13, 2039, Earth Relative, Naples: June 2060 Summary

The Stella Maris: September 2039, Earth Relative

Jimmy has found a planet. It's in orbit with two moons, a definite indication that the planet can sustain life. Everyone rejoices at the news and Sandoz faints. D.W. is also visibly shaken.

Sandoz confide in Anne his fears about loving God. Through his entire priesthood, before now, he was always knowledgeable about God but the significance was never internal. Sandoz started feeling something because of the trip, and the feeling frightens him. Anne uses the analogy of love, pointing out that in loving someone, you are completely vulnerable, and must trust the one who loves you back not to hurt you. Sandoz is amazed at how well it describes his newfound...

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