Category Archives: a Writer

Organizing ideas, sharing them, and maybe providing some entertainment

Off Schedule, and Loving It

I re-organized some of A Catholic Citizen in America’s pages today, and — I hope — made the navigation menus more useful. In the process, I removed some text that’d been cluttering one page. On the off-chance that you’re interested, … Continue reading

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Hubris, Stories, and That Which Might Exist

My view of legacies and smudged footnotes, Homer and hubris, Continue reading

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Plans, Prescriptions, an Exoplanet and Me

I only wrote 18 words for my current “Dr Faustus” post yesterday. Partly because the screen went black around mid-afternoon. On the bright side, my computer did reboot. Eventually. My plan for today is to get this journal entry finished, … Continue reading

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After a Dozen Years, Something (Sort of) New

I started “A Catholic Citizen in America” on September 16, 2008; as a Blogger blog. Time passed. By 2016, I was having technical issues with Blogger. Then, in May of 2016, the service’s zeal to protect users and viewers from … Continue reading

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