Monthly Archive: July, 2011

Spiritual Junk Food

Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Two words.  Junk food.  I love it.  I know you do too.  I know I don’t need it.  Look at me.  And neither do you, really.  But it’s just… Continue reading

Treasure Beyond Price

Seventeeth Sunday in Ordinary Time I have been to Las Vegas just once in my life.  One summer a few years ago, I visited my brother and his family in San Diego. We then… Continue reading

Send Them to the Moon

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Rupert Murdoch is scrambling a lot these days to keep from losing his sanity, his credibility, and his vast media empire. I’m sure if it were all up to… Continue reading

God’s Word, Fertile Soil & Betty Ford

Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Betty Ford died last Friday night at the age of 93. She never imagined herself anything more than the wife of a US congressman, although even that was far… Continue reading

With the Heart of a Child

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time I was a classroom teacher once. So occasionally I am tempted to point out something educational, but only when the conversation is slow. It can be impressive sometimes, but… Continue reading

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