Monthly Archives: August 2014

Coiled

  I went hiking this past weekend for 2 hours (hiked 4 miles). I like to hike the hard way in and the easy way out, that way I get my exercise in, my rest period with a snack, and … Continue reading

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I’ve been back for a while from my monastic visit which occurred August 7th through the 10th; I only took two days off from work. While I had a nice time with the sisters and doing some of their work … Continue reading

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Ten Commandments of Reverence for the Most Blessed Sacrament

Monsignor Charles M. Mangan asked his friend, Father Zuhlsdorf,  to share these Ten Commandments of Reverence for the Blessed Sacrament with his readers. They have been reposted below with the hope and prayer that they may reach and inspire as many…

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Posting while Nervous

“Is this the last day before your vacation?” Asked the roommate as she stood in the partially open door, on her way out to supervision at the office, later into the field. I stood over the cutting board with my … Continue reading

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