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Executed: Daniel Lewis Lee

Daniel Lewis Lee died this morning. That’s unremarkable, by itself. Roughly 150,000 people die every day. Cause of death varies. Diseases kill some of us. Others die in accidents. Civil authorities kill those who deserve death. In their government’s opinion. … Continue reading

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Happy Death?!

“Happy death” sounds like an oxymoron. Like cold fire, which turns out to be Shakespearean. “…Feather of lead, bright smoke, cold fire, sick health!…” (“Romeo and Juliet,” Act I, Scene I, Romeo; Shakespeare (1597)) A happy death is also something … Continue reading

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Another Death in the Family

A family get-together was supposed to be happening at our house today. It’s been canceled or rescheduled. I don’t know which. That’s probably just as well. There’s a winter weather advisory here, and a winter storm warning over the county … Continue reading

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Enjoying Another Christmas

It’s been two months since wrote this blog’s first “journal” entry: sharing what I’m doing or what I’ve done. It seemed like a good idea, at the time. Particularly since this blog’s tagline is “Following Catholic beliefs and practices in … Continue reading

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