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What is Behind a Title?

What was the genesis of my blog’s title?  To answer the question, I need to write a little about where I was coming from, when I finally decided to begin blogging.  549 more words

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The struggle is real

Henry Nouwen, on St. Anthony’s experience with the transforming power of intentional solitude:

“How can we gain a clearer understanding of this transforming solitude? Let me try to describe in more detail the struggle as well as the encounter that takes place in this solitude. 416 more words

Healing

Walk-Abouts: Second Hand Markets and Galata Tower

The thing about travelling alone is that you won’t be in any of your photos unless you take silly selfies. I had to just get over the loathing of this silly trend! 391 more words

Boys Basketball: Ben Gamble speaks as new Mater Dei Prep coach

He’s a disciple of legendary St. Anthony boys basketball coach Bob Hurley and now he’s getting an opportunity to establish his own legacy.

Ben Gamble, the varsity boys basketball coach at Cardinal McCarrick last season, was announced as the new varsity boys basketball coach at Mater Dei Prep by the school on Thursday afternoon. 445 more words

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Lutheranism’s Father, Augustine, on Desire for the Divine Light

We are exploring the heritage and tradition of the Lutheran church in the mysticism of the Patristic Era, and we shall start with a look at some of the writings on desire and divine encounter from that most beloved of church fathers within Lutheranism, Augustine of Hippo. 1,009 more words

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Late post: Brazilian "Valentine's day"

Unlike other parts of the world, Brazil has a different tradition for “Valentine’s day” (or more likely “Sweethearts day”). Probably because the most influential religion in Brazil is the Catholicism, It’s celebrated on June 12th. 246 more words

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