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Live Like You Were Dying

Tim McGraw recorded this song soon after the death of his father. But very few people know that Tim McGraw grew up in “poor circumstances”, never knowing his boyhood hero, Tug McGraw, a baseball superstar, was his father—a father who abandoned him and his mother. 1,018 more words

Catholic

The Be-Attitudes: Challenged Or Beaten Down (Sunday's Sermon Today)

Sometimes, I think that the Church has a persecution complex. We can convince ourselves in the holy huddle, the protective bubble of family and friends who think like we do, that ‘the world’ (whatever that is) is out to get us. 2,270 more words

Theology

Abuse Report: Obama, Government, Moral Corruption vs. Children

Abuse Report:

Tolerance for behavior is like a two-sided coin. Tolerance or respect is on one side of the coin, but truth is always on the other.

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American Culture

"The Last Five Years": An End to Remember

Jason Robert Brown’s off-Broadway musical drama, “The Last Five Years” finds a welcome stage in the Carlos P. Romulo theater and two very capable players, Nikki Gil and Joaquin Valdez, taking up the reins of Cathy and Jaime in a postmodern twist on the romantic musical.   674 more words

Pop Culture

The oddly intoxicating psychological effect of a black and white photo version of street art

The oddly intoxicating psychological effect of a black and white photo version of street art

For the most part street art is not meant to be in black and white. 178 more words

Current Events

More White House officials at Michael Brown’s funeral than Thatcher’s

The White House sent three officials to attend Monday’s funeral for Michael Brown in St. Louis — three more than it sent for former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s funeral last year.

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Politics