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THE PRINCE OF PEACE – He’s Still Knocking, But Is Anyone at the U.N. Listening?

My mother was not an art aficionado. Perhaps I’ve forgotten—but aside from a crucifix and s viagra without prescription ome First Communion photos of us kids, I don’t remember anything distinctive gracing the walls in our 1950s bungalow. But then came the Cuban Missile Crisis. In October 1962, during the Cold War, the Cuban and […]

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LUTHER’S BONFIRE: A Conflagration of Ideas

Libraries are full of ordinary books stuffed with mediocre stories. Mind candy, daytime soa buy cheap cialis p operas in paper and ink, they titillate the imagination but are soon abandoned on the cranial cutting room floor. But every so often, one encounters an idea or a string of ideas—like pearls on a choker—stated with […]

EUNICE’S SHY, SICKLY LITTLE ILLEGITIMATE KID: God Can Use Anyone

At the time of Christ, it was decidedly uncool for a young Jewish girl to take up with a Greek guy. It was so uncool, in fact, that when a Jewish maiden named Eunice married a Greek, the offspring from their union—whom they named Timothy—was considered by the Jewish community to be illegitimate. It’s understandable, […]

LIFE: THE ONLY CHOICE

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LITTLE LAMB, LITTLE LAMB – Blessing of the Lambs Is a Highlight on St. Agnes' Feastday

Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee? Gave thee life, and bid thee feed, By the stream and o'er the mead; Gave thee clothing of delight, Softest clothing, woolly, bright; Gave thee such a tender voice, Making all the vales rejoice? Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made […]

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