Monthly Archives: August 2010

Mary’s Song

It’s time for Mary to step up to the microphone and sing her song of praise and revolution, a song that echoes through the centuries of the Church’s existence, a song whose words bring comfort to the oppressed and strike … Continue reading

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The “Second Coming” of Christ

A story is told of a famous sea captain, who, every morning opened a locked drawer in his desk and examined a small piece of paper, all folded up.  This habit made the crew wonder what was on this secret paper … Continue reading

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Dealing with Our Stuff

As I drive around town, I often notice signs advertising an upcoming auction of a house and all its contents.  These once belonged to elderly people who left no heirs to inherit their belongings, or perhaps the heirs have no … Continue reading

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