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Reflections on a Life that Could Have Been

July 23, 2012
MONDAY OF THE SIXTEENTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME+Feast of St. Bridget (1373, Religious, Founder In the last few months I have been reflecting on the what could have beens. Perhaps that is a reflection of growing older, and that statistics show that I will be lucky to make it to 64 years of age. Only God […]

Cussing and Profanity

August 30, 2011

Against Tolerance

August 27, 2011

Teachers and Priests not allowed compassion toward children

August 14, 2011

Are you Blaspheming God and do not know it?

March 1, 2011

The Fallacy of Protecting Others

October 6, 2010

Is Basic Courtesy Dead?

April 30, 2010
FRIDAY OF THE FOURTH WEEK OF EASTER +Feast of St. Pius V (1572), Pope My Beloved: In a rare moment, I went to Kentucky Fried Chicken. I usually do not go there because it is expensive and, I am told, the chicken is cooked with MSG. But, I did not feel like fixing dinner, and […]

On a Lighter Note

October 22, 2008
THURSDAY OF THE TWENTY-NINTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIMEFeast of John of Capistrano (1456), priest, Patron of JuristThere is so much that could be said about the campaign for president since my last blog entry, but sometimes things like this can be so overwhelming that one must take on a Lighter Note. I love the Fall. […]

Life is Almost Complete

April 8, 2008
TUESDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF EASTER Well, life is almost back to normal. After three years of turmoil, illness, and moving around I now have a cat back in the house. It has been rare for me to not be without at least one cat in the house at least since I was 3 […]

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If one wishes to win the world for Christ, he must have the courage to come into conflict with it. —Blessed Titus BrandsmaI would not believe the Gospel itself, if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so. —St. Augustine of HippoThe more we see failure in obedience, the stronger should be our suspicion of temptation. —St. Teresa of AvilaLord, those are your best servants who wish to shape their life on Your answers rather than to shape your answers on their wishes. —St. Augustine

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