Monthly Archives: January 2021

Timely & Timeless

“It’s about time,” your mother says, sitting in the living room in her pj’s at 1:00 a.m. when you promised to be home at curfew’s 11:00 p.m. Time appears to then take a new meaning when it is reduced to … Continue reading

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Jesus asks, “What are you looking for?”

The department store clerk, working on commission, approaches you and asks, “What are you looking for?” “Just browsing,” you reply. Lots of browsing in churches and other places of worship these days. It’s what cynics call, “Ala cart Catholics.” But … Continue reading

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Baptism of Jesus

The Baptism of Jesus…pretty powerful since Jesus was without sin. Thank you for my baptism to St. Catherine. You are slowly allowing yourselves a chuckle or two during a sermon. It’s okay. The walls of this ancient church will not … Continue reading

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“Inbetween,” The Way It Was Meant To Be

My favorite time of the year is this between time between Christmas and New Years’. It’s a favorite because it describes a pet word of mine. Its meaning means what we all love …and… sometimes hate. “Inbetween.” I know that … Continue reading

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