Monthly Archives: November 2015

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Thanks Be To God

Tomorrow, as you feast on your turkey or ham, gorge yourself on stuffing and yams, and settle back to watch the Macy parade or the football game of your choice, say a prayer for those who have to be at … Continue reading

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Inquiring Minds Want To Know

What is the Gospel? This essay by Bishop Barron nails it,  as he usually does. Our Orthodox siblings call it theosis. And, now that you know,  never be embarrassed to take on a street preacher again.  (Or Uncle Beauregard, as … Continue reading

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Tuna Mac

When my wife is out of the house, and I am bored, danger awaits.  Especially when I get the hungries and there’s nothing ready made I like. So, there I am, looking in the pantry, and out at me leap … Continue reading

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Simple Salmon

Simple Salmon met a Raman, going to the …  wait.  No, that’s not what this one is about, but it does inspire an idea.  Maybe later. This one is about Salmon and Spinach. (Popeye’s favorite meal, woo hoo!) Two 1/4 … Continue reading

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Padre Miguel Agustin Pro

Today, November 23, is the Memorial of the passing of Padre Miguel Agustin Pro into Eternal Life at the orders of President Plutarco Elias Calles. The firing squad bungled their job, and a soldier shot Padre Pro in the head … Continue reading

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