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Monthly Archives: September 2011
The thief was on the cross and he was justified by a single word; and Judas who was counted in the number of the apostles lost all his labor in one single night and descended from heaven to hell. Therefore, … Continue reading
It was 1985 and I heard an album that made me save to buy my first CD player and to wait for High Country Snows to be released on CD. . There was one song that really caught my ear. … Continue reading
Fr. Longenecker hits it long and straight with this Story From Jake Coffman. This is a cogent piece and as one who was adopted as opposed to aborted, I say “Thank You, Father”.
As an official grumpy, old man, I often find myself criticizing people, (under my breath) for using their cell phones at all sorts of annoying ways. Unfortunately, I often find myself being critical of myself also. I am addicted to … Continue reading
NJ Gov. Chris Christie hit one out of the park last night at the Reagan Library. What a great attitude he has, but I doubt he will run…and hope he doesn’t. The governor has stated on many occasions that he … Continue reading
Almost a year ago, I wrote about our friends, Jim & Cathy who came over for dinner and brought a few limes that were grown in their yard. Read about it here. The other day, Alicia went over to visit … Continue reading
Don’t know what made me think of Michael Hedges this morning, but I did. Listening to Michael tune his guitar is more enjoyable than some of the noise that passes for music these days.
It’s great to read articles like this. Clergy are starting to get caught up in the “Let’s just celebrate their life”, which attempts to bypass the grieving process and references to God. I am always hearing people say that “We … Continue reading
I have told the story hundreds of times and never grow tired of doing so. We have a display cabinet in our front lobby which is my memorial to all fallen firefighters. Visitors often ask about it’s contents and one … Continue reading