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When does the grace of God eliminate power of the past?

The “Me Too” movement impacted all areas of life, business, and industry.  Beginning in the entertainment world, it swept through television and news agencies, and impacted the political landscape.  Producers, news anchors, a US Senator, and others were forced to give up … Continue reading

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Covington Catholic High School — MAGA — Martin v. Malcom

I have seen it written: Smart people learn from their mistakes so as not to repeat them.  Wise people learn from the mistakes of others so as to never make them in the first place. Over the past few weeks we … Continue reading

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Church: People? or, Hierarchy?

Over the past three months much has been written and spoken about the Church  — because of the situation we find ourselves following the barrage of news regarding the sexual abuse of minors. What are the causes?  Who is to … Continue reading

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The lost Art of Debate

John Dickerson of CBS News offered a commentary this morning [Sept. 7th] on the The Lost Art of Debate in public discourse and human communication.  Instead of discussing different ideas and opposing view points, the civility seems to have given way to … Continue reading

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The Reformation of 2018

The “McCarrick Scandal”, the Pennsylvania Report, and the internecine writings of Cardinal Vigano  have made anger, questions, and disappointment tangible once again.  The secrets of the Church are no longer secret — but the stuff of national news reports. The … Continue reading

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Prepared?

If I asked you if you were prepared, I would expect you to ask me for what? Clearly, the message of this 2nd Sunday of Advent is that we are to be prepared — and that God sent — and … Continue reading

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How to “DO” Advent

The good news:  From my viewpoint, there is no wrong way to DO advent! I know there are many people who believe that Advent is Advent — it is a time of preparing for Christmas.  AND, Christmas does not begin … Continue reading

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