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An Encouraging Tale- The Herald and Christianity in the Public (George) Square!

Imagine the scene.  After a visit to a man with cancer, I was walking down Byres road in Glasgow, heading for the subway to travel to speak at Creationfest in George Square.   1,889 more words

The Church In Scotland

Saving Francesca by Melina Marchetta [Review]


Saving Francesca is not as elaborate as Marchetta’s Jellicoe Road but I thought it was an entertaining read that exudes humor and honesty. 278 more words

Book Review

God is God and I Am Not

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2016

I really loved watching Tim Russert, former NBC News Washington bureau chief and moderator of Meet the Press, who passed away in 2008. 306 more words


A Peek Back in Time- Part 2

What did you think about and worry about when you were ten? You all had the same fifth grade teacher who you all liked. Did you worry about school, did you think about current events, did you think about your future careers, or did you and your friends talk about love, marriage, and children? 549 more words

Grandma- My Mommy And Her Mommy

About the Louisiana Voucher Program, Where Failure Really Is an Option

On May 19, 2016, Louisiana citizen James Finney submitted a public records request for data concerning student voucher applications submitted by the initial deadline of February 27, 2016, for the 2016-17 school year. 1,478 more words


Priests' involvement is seen as vital to parish schools' success

Are Catholic parochial schools a thing of the past? For the most part, the image of teaching sisters regularly presiding over full classrooms of boys and girls in neat uniforms is a dim memory, replaced by the stark reality of having to pay salaries and benefits for lay teachers. 533 more words