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Monthly Archives: January 2012
Catching sight of Jesus from a distance, he ran up and prostrated himself before Him, crying with a loud voice, “What have You to do with me, Jesus, Son of the Most High God?”(Mark 5:6-7). This sounds like a man … Continue reading
How can one be called a “Dumb Ox” and go on to become one of the greatest theologians of all Christianity and a Doctor of the Catholic Church? His colleagues chided him as a student due to his humble demeanor … Continue reading
Lately I have been thinking about the dreaded Lake Effect. Those of us who live near the Great Lakes know what the Lake Effect means. Once a storm passes through an area, it goes on over the lake and picks … Continue reading
The anticipation produces more anxiety than the actual event. The storm was forecasted to hit in the early morning hours. The next thing I know the exact time was moved forward to early afternoon hours. I am hoping that it … Continue reading
All of the talk about sunken ships recently caught my attention. I discovered that April 2012 will be the 100 year anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. Something peculiar about the date caught my attention when I realized that not only … Continue reading
Love and do whatever you please – St. Augustine of Hippo Perhaps one of my favorite quotes! Although some might say it scandalous to do whatever we want. What about rules? What about regulations? What about the Ten Commandments? What … Continue reading
Many of us spend a lot of time trying to figure out what to do with our lives. Youth is spent thinking, “When I grow up, I will…” And it is a big awakening to discover oneself past middle age and … Continue reading
My grandfather used to say that he was a day late and a dollar short when it came to jumping on to the bandwagon of success. Sometimes I feel like a decade or generation behind events myself. Many of you probably … Continue reading
Many don’t know how to listen. A lot of people are uncomfortable with silence. I know that some persons have to fill their space with either the noise of the radio or having the television blaring even if they are … Continue reading