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Another Saturday

Despite this blog’s tagline, “Following Catholic beliefs and practices in America: one man’s experience,” I haven’t written much about what I do. How I see national holidays, space exploration, ancient history and paleontology — yes. What it’s like, being a … Continue reading

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Remembering the Good Shepherd

Fourth Sunday of Easter 2010; May 15, 2011: Acts 2:14a, 36–41 1 Peter 2:20b–25 John 10:1–10 St. Isidore, the Domestic Church, and the Good Shepherd I want to share with you three main topics: St Isidore, something concerning the Domestic … Continue reading

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Estate Sale

The house where my wife grew up is empty now. The family has been dealing with what my father-in-law left behind when he died. My wife’s been contacting folks who had clocks and watches waiting to be repaired. That, and … Continue reading

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Arrivals and Departures

Light and dark, green and brown. Crescent moon, textured memories. Past is done, a quiet present. What was, will be. Their now Is yet to come. This blog now has a new category, poems; a sort of cousin-category to narratives. … Continue reading

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