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As I try to go to sleep my mind wanders to the police reports on my Citizens app that I looked at just a short time ago. Another robbery at gunpoint. A carjacking. Gunshots. All within my neighborhood; less than … Continue reading
In the gospel message today, Christ is found in the boat with his disciples at sea. A great wind comes up and they are terrified. They ask our Lord to save them from perishing. His answer? “Why are you so … Continue reading
It has been a long time since I blogged; more than half a year. I have missed it, but have filled my time with many things, like completing many joyful commitments within parish life and it’s related ministries. But it … Continue reading
My head bobbed last night toward the end of the RNC. Not because it was boring, but I was tired. This morning in prayer it did it again. My favorite time of sitting with our Lord and in the middle … Continue reading
This is a pretty important and serious video to watch. Whether you are Catholic or not, the information presented here is pertinent, timely and informative. Society stands on a threshold of further degradation in the acceptance of evil or choosing … Continue reading
I just finished boiling, cutting and freezing 60 ears of corn. It’s not a bad job, not exactly fun but come winter the taste of fresh picked and quickly frozen sweet corn is a taste everyone in my family loves. … Continue reading
Taking a few days off of writing gives a greater perspective in this new effort to share the Gospel daily with blogging. Who am I really talking to? It is to you, the reader; however it is mainly to my … Continue reading
First promise in Apostoli Viae You are here. You are there. You will always be here. At the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament, Hanceville, Alabama