Monthly Archives: January 2016

Today’s find: Blizzard Pilgrimage

It’s been fascinating, hearing reports all weekend long from the March for Life caravan—a substantial portion of which got stuck in a massive snow-induced traffic jam somewhere outside of Somerset, Pennsylvania on Friday night.

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Today’s find: Unorthodox

What’s worth holding onto?

For example: An article I read recently about liturgical practice suggested – strongly – that holding onto another person’s hand during Mass is one area where I might consider loosening my grip.

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Today’s find: The Disease of More

Stan Kroenke managed to get my goat the other day.

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Today’s find: Caspar, Balthasar and Melchior

Then what?

It’s an intriguing question, one I’d never really applied to the three wise men before.

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2015 in review

The helpful stat monkeys at WordPress.com prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Not surprisingly, the most popular posts contained my reflections on the passing of a saint in our midst, Brother Marvin Becker.

And it turns out, my readership increases considerably when subscribers link an item to their Facebook pages. Kinda makes me wonder if it might be time to get my own Facebook account…

Nah.

Most of the other factoids in this report are probably interesting only to me…but just in case you’d like to know more:

Click here to see the complete report.

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