Category Archives: 2021
We know certainly that our God calls us to a holy life. We know that He gives us every grace, every abundant grace; and though we are so weak of ourselves, this grace is able to carry us through every … Continue reading
A Christmas Eve Reminder
For me and many others, Christmas is a time of remembering. We remember the victories/defeats, relationships, (past-present, alive-dead), . . . traditions and memories of Christmas’s now past. If all those memories were ever made into a song, it would … Continue reading
One of the joys of my childhood was the predictability of certain things . . . Sunday dinners at my grandparents house, going “down the shore” during the Summer and A Charlie Brown Christmas on TV in December. Over the … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how St. Nicolas morphed into Santa Claus and then into a spokesperson? Fr. Dwight Longenecker tells the interesting story here: Whatever Happened To St. Nicholas? “How did the fourth century heretic slapping bishop from Southern Turkey … Continue reading
Asking For A Friend
Suppose you were to purchase this 15oz. (425.2 g for all you folks outside the USA) tub of Utz Chocolate Covered Pretzels at Publix and bring it home. Then, if you decided to consume all the salty, chocolaty goodness found … Continue reading
This Grandfather . . .
I’ll start with a hearty “Thank You!” to the late Mr. Jobs and the developers at Apple that in 2007, created a device that could take a quality photo and then instantly transmit it anywhere in the world. This grandfather … Continue reading
The other day, we were talking about Christmas and the kids said they wanted a cat this year. Well, I’m used to cooking a turkey, but if cat is what they want. . . During our thirty-five years of marriage, … Continue reading
I Almost Forgot
As we start the month, it’s no big deal for me as this CD plays year round in the lobby of my office. But, it is December. Is it possible that there is someone out there who has not heard … Continue reading
“Our lives begin to end the day when we become silent about things that matter” Martin Luther King, Jr I hear a lot of silence out there.
Easier Said Than Done
“Management is about persuading people to do things they do not want to do, while leadership is about inspiring people to do things they never thought they could”. . . Steve Jobs. I’ve read a few books about Jobs and … Continue reading