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Another Trip to the Emergency Room

Good news, my son and I had a long chat last Saturday. Not-so-good news, we had it in the local emergency room. Still, it could have been worse. After a few hours of fluids and pain meds, he wasn’t feeling … Continue reading

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Sunshine, Holy Water and a Trip to the Emergency Room

Between Saturday’s sunshine and today’s patches of green grass, I’ve enjoyed this weekend. For the most part. I picked up a bottle from the first of this year’s holy water last Sunday, following up with blessing the house on Tuesday. … Continue reading

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COVID-19, Mass and Marriage: It’s Not All About Me

I’ll be discussing face masks and the COVID-19 pandemic, and why I’m not indignant that the Catholic Church hasn’t redefined the Mass or marriage. That second item is my response to Mass and marriage headlines. The items aren’t “news” in … Continue reading

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Groundhog Day, and Me in Three Words

It’s February 2nd, Groundhog day. It’s a North American tradition, one of Punxsutawney’s local events and — at least in my country — national news. Punxsutawney Phil didn’t see his shadow this year. “Punxsutawney Phil predicts 6 more weeks of … Continue reading

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