Monthly Archives: May 2016

Musical Joy

It’s simply simple letters that create a symphony. EGBDFA on the top and the bottom is FACE.  They total 88 piano keys. In between them are lots of sharps and flats that truly add to the emerging musical composition and … Continue reading

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A “Marriage Engagement” Sermon

One of the most awfullest words heard today is “commitment.”  “Ehhh, commit what and to whom?”  The sentiment is real but their pronoun would have been wrong.  (They would have said “who” instead of the correct “whom.”) “Commitment.”  A public … Continue reading

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“Hope Does Not Disappoint”

“and we boast in hope of the glory of God. Not only that, but we even boast of our afflictions, knowing that affliction produces endurance, and endurance, proven character, and proven character, hope, and hope does not disappoint…” St. Paul … Continue reading

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Pornography & Priest Abuse

The U.S. Bishops published a document warning about pornography, especially these days with the Internet.  It’s interesting to contrast their statements today with the priest abuse of the past how many years.  The italics is the pornography statement. The Church … Continue reading

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Ascension: It’s the Feet

Put your best foot forward we’re told throughout our lives. It’s the last things those land locked apostles saw as Jesus left them to their own wits.  (Don’t worry, the Holy Spirit is en route and right on cue.  Stage … Continue reading

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