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Pope Benedict XVI writes a beautiful reflection about the concept of “time” and about how the end of the year offers us hope, peace, and an opportunity for change and conversion: The year is ending. This means, as always, that […]

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Mary Forsberg Weiland and Larkin Warren write a riveting book about mental illness.

During the Christmas season I will be quoting from “A Classic Christmas,” a compilation of beautiful reflections, meditations, and scripture passages. I hope that these selections will help you to enter into this holy season and remember to rely on […]

I am publishing this from my archives today because I’m taking the day off! I was really moved by Larry’s blog entry on the holiday classic, which I try to watch each year, to remind me that, despite my illness, […]

During the Christmas season I will be quoting from “A Classic Christmas,” a compilation of beautiful reflections, meditations, and scripture passages. I hope that these selections will help you to enter into this holy season and remember to rely on […]

Fellow blogging buddy John McManamy has some great, simple holiday advice on his blog. Be sure to check out his witty insights at Knowledge Is Necessity. Among them:   Keep your expectations low. We tend to do the very opposite, […]

During the Christmas season I will be quoting from “A Classic Christmas,” a compilation of beautiful reflections, meditations, and scripture passages. I hope that these selections will help you to enter into this holy season and remember to rely on […]

During the Christmas season I will be quoting from “A Classic Christmas,” a compilation of beautiful reflections, meditations, and scripture passages. I hope that these selections will help you to enter into this holy season and remember to rely on […]

The winter solstice is actually the beginning of light. Yah!

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