Ever wonder how much free advice a priest might dispense over the course of 40 years?
Monthly Archives: May 2013
‘Mystery’: It’s a word you tend to hear a lot on the Sunday after Pentecost – when Catholics celebrate the solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity.
‘Come with thy grace…and heavenly aid / to fill the hearts which Thou hast made…’
These are dangerous days for the faithful. Liminal days…days spent on the threshold of Pentecost.
Did you know that the country of Indonesia spans four time zones? I had no idea. No clue, really, until I met Susi G. – a friend my daughter made during their just-completed graduate studies at SIU-Edwardsville.
Today’s find: A mother’s love
Tom and Ray Magliozzi got scolded on the air by their mother yesterday.
Don’t know about you, but I’ve always wondered why there isn’t a ‘Letter of St. Paul to the Athenians.’
I stepped into an enormous puddle on the way to church early Friday morning.