Tag Archives: Mt. St. MAry’s

Of Men, Strong Shoulders & The Mount

If you are a “Mountie” you might relate to this. . . there are “back story” links, which you will only see after clicking on the blog link below. I was thinking about Fr. Paul this evening. “One day others … Continue reading

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Generations

While at dinner with two seminarians at the Ott House on Thursday evening, we ran into one of MSM’s most notable Alumni. . .Mr. Jack Sinon.  Jack graduated from The Mount in 1960, the year I was born.  Meeting Jack … Continue reading

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Going “Home”

Note: Since I’m not getting any younger either, there is a chance that there may be some detours and short, short stories buried within this short story. As I work through this idea of putting up more personal observations on … Continue reading

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Home Away From Home

I am on my way back to South Carolina and stopped to visit my alma mater, Mt. St. Mary’s University in Emmitsburg, Maryland. I have written often about my time at “The Mount” and if interested, put Mt. St. Mary’s … Continue reading

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Uncle Albert

It has been difficult to find/make the time to blog this past week. Just lots of things that need my attention and I have several friends who are suffering from very serious medical conditions and my mind (and prayers) are … Continue reading

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A Weekend in Pictures

It has been over a week since I have had the chance to put anything up here although I have come across a plethora of noteworthy information that is postworthy. So as to get something up, just to let you … Continue reading

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Memorial Day 2011

Well, yesterday was the parade and tomorrow, Memorial Day is what is typically referred to as the beginning of summer. This holiday, intended to acknowledge the millions of soldiers that died for our freedom seems to have morphed into a … Continue reading

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