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Another Tuesday: Faustus, Focus, Prayer and Routine

Today’s been like most Tuesdays, apart from how it hasn’t been. I’m not always working on a “Dr. Faustus” post, for example. That took most of the afternoon. As usual, I didn’t get as much done as I’d hoped. Or … Continue reading

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Dawn of My Daily Journal, Continued

If you’re back for more of “A Catholic Citizen in America:” thank you! These daily ‘journal’ posts are something new. I started talking about them last Saturday. (January 23, 2021) Then I got distracted, which is par for the course … Continue reading

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A Gallimaufry: Politics and Prayer, A Dragon and Turkeys

I woke up this morning, which is always a good thing. My memory tells me that Friday night, January 1, I didn’t sleep. At all. Maybe I dropped off for a few minutes to an hour, but even then I … Continue reading

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Death at the Capitol: “Something Isn’t Working”

America’s 2020 presidential election is over. Its aggravation isn’t. I’m one of the many folks who opted to vote by mail. Election results weren’t entirely good or bad news from my viewpoint. This month’s news hasn’t been all bad. Even … Continue reading

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