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People Who Need People — and the COVID-19 Pandemic

A song from the Sixties has been on my brain’s Top 40 Golden Oldie Earworm list for the last week or so: “People, People who need people, Are the luckiest people in the world….” (“People;” Jule Styne, lyrics by Bob … Continue reading

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Not Feeling “Information Overload” or “Loss of Identity”

I read about “loss of identity” and “information overload” the other day. “…The social dimensions of global change include the effects of technological innovations on employment, social exclusion, … and the loss of identity…. “…Furthermore, when media and the digital … Continue reading

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Pandemic Perspectives

COVID-19, a coronavirus disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, is still spreading. Thousands have died. Nearly 900,000 have been infected. A great many more are affected, directly or indirectly. Some are behaving badly. We cannot cure this disease. We can … 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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