Monthly Archives: February 2014

God, Mammon, Mardi Gras & Ash Wednesday

When I purchased my home 13 years ago, I called the  Realtor on the sign posted in the front yard.  I wasn’t thinking about multiple listings and the fact that I could have called my own Realtor to bargain for me.  … Continue reading

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Christian Minimalism

During my years in the classroom, it was not uncommon at exam time for students to ask, “what do I need to make on my test to keep my B or C?”  In other words, students were trying to find … Continue reading

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Changing the faithful v changing the faith

I’ve seen it written that Pope Francis is more intent on changing the faithful rather than changing the faith.  When I think of this past year, there is truth in that statement.  Pope Francis has done more to change the … Continue reading

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Human wisdom v. The power of God

Last week, I mentioned that many non-sports fans refer to the Super Bowl as the “Super Bore”.  Little did I know that after the first half, many sports fans would be referring to the game as the Super Bore — … Continue reading

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