Daily Archives: December 11, 2021

Owen the Cat & Socks

My eighth-grade nun told us, kids, often, “A place for everything and everything in its place.” Being thirteen years old, we thought that meant keeping underwear in one drawer and socks in another. Not bad advice. Being older it takes … Continue reading

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Do You Believe in Angels?

“Do you believe in angels?” Simple question, often answered in a split second. Yes/No or that ever pervasive and safe “perhaps”? Intermediators from God is their commission. Perceived to be flying all over the place, especially during trying times in … Continue reading

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Our Lady of Guadalupe

She’s following me. Or, am I following her? Is this a dismissed coincidence or a spiritual engagement? You be the judge. My mother many years ago gave me the prayer given to us by Our Lady of Guadalupe, patron saint … Continue reading

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Mary: Immaculate Conception

“Oh, you Catholics…” says the Lutherans about us Catholics, “Why do you worship Mary?” We answer by saying we don’t “worship Mary” but we can understand your confusion. We are dumbfounded by this carrier of hope in our world. We … Continue reading

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