Monthly Archives: March 2017

To see into the heart

How someone see something often depends upon one’s viewpoint, perception, or vantage point: Is the glass half full or half empty? Did my team just blow a ten point lead and a sure victory — or the did the other … Continue reading

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Corned Beef and the Samaritan Woman

As I write this post [March 15th] more than 80 Diocesan Bishops have granted a “Corned Beef Dispensation” for Friday, March 17th — the Feast of St. Patrick.  [By the 16th — increased to 114 Dioceses.]  Recognizing the tradition of many of … Continue reading

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Who is to blame: The woman or the serpent?

While in Washington, DC recently, I had a chance to visit an exhibit entitled, “The Art of the Q’ran.”  One part of the exhibit compared and contrasted the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden.  In the story we … Continue reading

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