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A Personal Pentecost

On Sunday, June 8th, we celebrate Pentecost. After Easter, Christmas is the second-greatest feast in the Christian liturgical calendar, but Pentecost is not far behind. Pentecost marks the descent of…

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Fools Rush In

I am a huge (HUGE) fan of the classics:  classic movies, classic cars, classic jazz music, classic literature...you name it.  In fact, many precious memories from my childhood include attending…

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Freedom Is not Free

Mark 10:45: “For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.” On Monday, May 26,…

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What Belongs to Caesar?

Shortly after our son was born, we discovered that his skin was very sensitive.  He frequently had itchy, dry patches, which made him miserable. The creams we were given to…

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Living the Faith

There’s a lot more to being a Catholic than simply showing up for Mass every Sunday. One of the most crucial components to being a Catholic is just that—actually being…

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Pennies for Your Thoughtfulness

In a prior post, I mentioned that we came to a point financially where we needed to go through our grocery budget with a fine-tooth comb.  In scrutinizing our spending…

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The Blame Game

Each one of us was born into Original Sin, meaning that we’re prone to the human condition of mistakes, slip-ups, and misdeeds. Let’s face it: none of us are perfect.…

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Changing Course: A Two-Sided Coin

When it comes to evaluating our financial situation, we often find ourselves at a crossroads when we realize that our spending exceeds our income.  How do we make everything balance…

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