Monthly Archive: October, 2017

Love Them Anyway


30th Sunday in Ordinary Time You probably know it as the prayer attributed to Mother Teresa, displayed on a wall of her children’s hospital in Calcutta. It begins, “People are illogical, unreasonable, and… Continue reading

Of God or Caesar


29th Sunday in Ordinary Time Human beings are complex creatures, multifaceted, multi-dimensional, many layered—like an onion. We are never just one thing or another—Catholic or Protestant, conservative or progressive, married or single, rural… Continue reading

Invitations & Black Tie


28th Sunday in Ordinary Time Ordinarily, when you get an invitation to dinner or a party, it presumes there is a connection, a relationship, or at best the potential for a relationship, between… Continue reading

Adventures in Vine Growing


27th Sunday in Ordinary Time I am not a fervent devotee of the fruit of the vine. But since it is a requirement in my line of work, I just go along. I… Continue reading

Words & Actions; What Truly Matters


26th Sunday in Ordinary Time The proof is in the pudding. Actually, the original proverb goes, the proof of the pudding is in the eating. You can talk all you want about how… Continue reading

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