Daily Archives: March 22, 2014

Two Too Much

Life happens to all of us.  One moment of happiness is savored and a moment of anxiety is handled the best that we can.  We call it life with its mountains and valleys.  “One day at a time” as the … Continue reading

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The Wizard’s Curtain

The mystic and mystery has finally arrived as the Catholic cardinals gather in that gloomy, cold chapel to produce one of their own to assume the wizard’s role. It is the talk of the town for these days until a … Continue reading

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Hold Or Held

Life is fragile and to live life fully are slogans we’ve all grown to embrace and hold to as important.  The fragility of life is that there is only one.  One of a kind, no duplicates.  (cue the snowflake!) Beside … Continue reading

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Catholic Preaching Comments

“Wow, I don’t need to come for two weeks.  He just gave me three sermons today!” “Do I care that he vacationed in Cyprus?” “Why is he trying to prove to me that he’s smarter than me?  I know some … Continue reading

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The “Holy Week” Cast of Characters

Holy Week approaches and it may be beneficial to choose your character about now.  With the Union rules and regulations it’s safer to choose a character now that you wish to play and remember during the holiest of these holy … Continue reading

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Fridays, 3:00-4:00 a.m.

No, I’m not returning home from the bars.  That was my dad’s time to be in our family Catholic church.  Catholic churches years ago would be open all day and all night and folks would volunteer to be in the … Continue reading

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