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It all depends on how you look at it…

A few weeks ago, we laid to rest our Aunt Geneva. It is a privilege to call her that because we do not share a blood relationship. 727 more words


Begin Again

The desire to be intensely thought-provoking often holds me back when writing. I spend a large portion of my planning agonizing over which issue I can plumb the most pithily. 334 more words

St. Thomas the Apostle

St. Thomas was one of the fishermen on the Lake of Galilee whom Our Lord called to be His Apostles. By nature slow to believe, too apt to see difficulties, and to look at the dark side of things, he had withal a most sympathetic, loving, and courageous heart. 203 more words


May Jesus Christ Be Praised

When morning gilds the skies,
My heart awaking cries,
May Jesus Christ be praised.
Alike at work and prayer
To Jesus I repair:
May Jesus Christ be praised. 140 more words


Blessed is the Fruit of Your Womb, Jesus.

When praying the Rosary the other day, I was searching for Jesus in my heart in order to confirm my faith. I began to consider His Presence at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the privilege we have to approach Him in the Blessed Sacrament of the Altar. 146 more words


Unto Caesar?

My thanks to all those who have held the Watchtower whilst I finished my chapter – and especially to Neo, who has got the wing-man role off to such perfection that he might as well have been the model for it; with two more long pieces to write before late September, I am unlikely not to need help any time soon. 601 more words