Monthly Archives: September 2013

Who is lying at my door?

If each of us would spend a little time thinking and reflecting, I believe that we can name a person or a group of people or a class of people who are lying outside our door.  It might be hard … Continue reading

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Doing well and doing good

With 34 years of active ministry involving parishes and schools — and with more than a dozen years leading a not-for-profit agency building affordable housing, I know well the dependence on the generosity of  others.  Fundraising events, requests for donations, … Continue reading

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Sinners, Syria, and 9-11

On Labor Day Weekend I was convinced that the US had to do “something” in response to the use of sarin gas that killed more than 1,000 people [at least 400 of whom were children] on August 21st.  How could … Continue reading

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Ready for some football?

College football began this past weekend.  This weekend pro-football begins.  For the next four and a half months, rabid fans will arrange their weekend schedules around game times.  House parties will be scheduled and sports-bars will be full.  Jerseys, hats, … Continue reading

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