Monthly Archives: November 2013

Faith and Gratitude

Today‚Äôs solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, the crowning of the liturgical year, also marks the conclusion of the Year of Faith opened by Pope Benedict XVI, to whom our thoughts now turn with affection and … Continue reading

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Making Connections

Today is Tim’s birthday. I did the usual things. Baked a cake, made pizza, went to Mass and had the family over for dinner. We always light the candles and sing even though the guest of honor isn’t there around … Continue reading

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With Gratitude

Life often gets busy and we don’t take the proper time to thank those who have helped us. I have three particular people to thank today. The first is John Clark, who read an unknown book after receiving a copy … Continue reading

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A Glutton for Motherhood

In July and August the grandchildren who live nearby took turns staying overnight with us. It is always a lot of fun, but as I move away from 50 and nearer to 60, I find my energy levels are not … Continue reading

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