Monthly Archives: March 2015

Today’s find: Advance party

Sometimes, the things Jesus asks of his disciples are not so much heroic as they are…odd.

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Today’s find: Hands-full

‘Little Bits’ had quite a dilemma on her hands yesterday—or more precisely, in her hands.

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Today’s find: Sacred pause

For a short time yesterday, one of the busiest thoroughfares in West County stood stock still.

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Today’s find: Shining light

You just never know when you’re about to come face-to-face with a saint.

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Today’s find: Selection Sunday

What a difference a year makes: There is no joy in Billiken-ville this season, courtesy of the fact that my favorite hoopsters completed their trek from first to worst in the Atlantic 10.

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Today’s find: Light

I’ve decided that I’m not a big fan of “springing forward.” Since the switch to Daylight Savings Time last weekend, I notice that I’ve begun just about every morning in serious need of “saving.”

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Today’s find: Treasure chest

A young father told me a charming story today: After persistent requests from his son and daughter, he agreed to build a set of treasure chests—booty boxes to accompany their imaginative adventures on the high seas.

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Today’s find: Habit-forming

19 days in: This is about when I start to get restless. I begin to wonder if Lent is ever going to end.

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Today’s find: Mugged

I was blessed by the coffee mug I received as a token of appreciation for serving as ‘program speaker’ at a local civic club yesterday.

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Today’s find: Into the cosmos

It’s a safe bet that Peter, James and John weren’t expecting a transfiguration when Jesus led them up the mountain alone.

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