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Spiritual Adjustment

16 Feb 2021

Self-reflection and penitence are long-standing traditions in many faiths and cultures. There seems to be a common understanding that human beings often drive, lose perspective and need periodic adjustments to...

All That Jazz

30 Apr 2019

April 30th is International Jazz Day! The U.S. National Museum–called The Smithsonian–calls jazz both a historic and living American art form. It may have been born in the U.S., but...

Be A Heretic Like MLK

21 Jan 2019

Americans remember the social change agent, Dr. Martin Luther King who became a leader of the civil rights movement in the U.S., peacefully working to influence attitudes and policy to...

Volunteer

24 Apr 2018

This is Volunteer Month. Originally set aside as a singular week, the opportunity to think about the vital role volunteerism plays in successful societies was established by American President Richard...

What is Easter, really?

01 Apr 2018

Easter is not just a holy day, it is a holy season where Christians engage in self-reflection, as do other religions. Coinciding with spring in the northern hemisphere, (where most...

What Does It Mean?

31 Mar 2018

These few days are undoubtedly the most important in the Christian calendar; they are centerpieces of the faith. But there is no one-way to view the death and resurrection of...

I Quit!

04 Feb 2018

“Quitters never win and winners never quit.” So said American football legend Vince Lombardi in what has become conventional wisdom. But sometimes, conventional wisdom isn’t very wise. In his little...

Exercise!

26 Jan 2018

We’re almost a full month into the new year. How are you doing with those resolutions and goals? If you’re like me (and a lot of other people), you decided...

Hope For A New Year

13 Jan 2018

HOPE! There is something hopeful about new things. New babies seem to represent the promise of a bright future. Springtime brings new life from the death and dormancy of autumn...

Forgiveness

25 Dec 2017

During holidays, many of us spend extra time with friends and family. Sometimes we get offended. How do we respond? This is a timely post by Renee Pomarico, a Catholic missionary...

What Matters Most?

11 Oct 2017

What Matters Most? Many would say we live in chaotic times. We deal with the challenges and stresses of daily life. Getting to work. Managing a home. Shuttling kids. Nurturing...

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