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Death in the Family: A Tribute to the Cardinal McCarrick High School Family 1 FRANCISCAN WAY - July 21, 2015 ... old time photos are put in a box or an album that we rarely open, and now phones (which I do not have or need) have these collections but only small digital captures of time. I remember our German Reverend Mother, while visiting the U.S. years ago, took time and slowly looked at everything. She was taking pictures with her mind. I have learned since that she takes pictures (as I do) but that action of hers back then really impressed me. Let not time pass us ...http://1franciscanway.blogspot.com/2015/07/death-in-family-tribute-to-cardinal.html
Robert Gates to Boy Scouts: Surrender Your Principles CRISIS MAGAZINE - May 27, 2015 The Boy Scouts of America is a venerable institution. I can well remember when, as a Cub Scout in southern Louisiana, I learned the mysteries of initiation into the Scouts. It was exciting to become part of such a universally respected group. There were badges denoting achievement, uniforms indicating rank, handshakes conveying to other boys the hidden riches of membership, and, perhaps best of all, there was an oath. It was a galvanizing promise. One recited the oath ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/u9k7kAJlIBo/robert-gates-to-boy-scouts-surrender-your-principles
Friday Potpourri: Some Germs Are Good ADAM'S ALE - May 8, 2015 ... the driveway, remembered that you were supposed pick up the parish envelopes that are now sitting in the dresser, got stuck behind the slowest driver ever, are late so you have to park in the north 40, and your youngest dirtied his diaper and the oldest just jumped into a mud puddle. You don't jump right into, "Our opening hymn will be . . ." You aren't even really there yet. Silence! "Be still and know that I am God." Of course getting people to cooperate with this is another thing. ...http://clevelandpriest.blogspot.com/2015/05/friday-potpourri-some-germs-are-good.html