Monthly Archives: December 2013

Fact or Faith?

The night is December 24 and it’s one of the coldest Decembers with more snow on the ground to make a 10 year old the happiest of kids and a 61 year old query, “Why do I continue to live … Continue reading

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Christmas’ Redemption

Ahhhhh. It’s finally finished.  The wars have ended.  Famine is now an ancient word that future generations will ask, “What was that like back then?”  Unemployment, fare wage, healthcare will have solved themselves because of this historic and faith-filled day. … Continue reading

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Where Is Eucharist Celebrated?

My priest friend and I were finishing a hiking tour in Austria and spent our last days in London.  We saw a Broadway show on Saturday night and then Sunday morning arrived.  We walked to St. Martin in the Fields … Continue reading

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The Beheading of John the Baptist

“Boy, it’s noisy up there, I wonder what’s going on.  The guard told me that King Herod was having a big party and here I am, stuck down here.  Accused of nothing, I’ve been told, but still stuck, and for … Continue reading

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Angel & Wings

Angel wings have three prominent feathers on each wing.  Don’t ask me how I know this, just trust me.  Each feather represents an important aspect in life for the angel.  To lose a feather would be catastrophic; to keep all … Continue reading

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Third Sunday of Advent, “Rejoice & Suffering”

I love words beginning with the letters “re” because those letters begin a word that push us to something more, something greater and sometimes just to something. Even the word REtirement begins with those two delicious letters. Ahhhh.  REtirement, the … Continue reading

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“Adopt An Apostle” Salvatorian Vocation Campaign

The Salvatorians, a Catholic religious order of priests and brothers, has a “blessed problem.” We have too many men studying in formation. Watch this video to learn more and to consider how you may help us out with this “blessed … Continue reading

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Things I wish I had said to my father.

Excellent topic for all of us to consider.

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“Adopt An Apostle” Catholic Religious Vocation Campaign

As a nuclear medicine technologist, Michael Johnson has had some difficulty adjusting to religious life. In his second year of formation for the U.S. province of the international Salvatorian religious community, he’s quiet a lot, spending hours in prayer and … Continue reading

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Immaculate Conception, December 8

What I don’t care about this feast day is that the cards seems to be stacked about this young girl.  The stage has already been set.  The end of the play has already been written.  The “fat lady” already sang … Continue reading

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