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The Eucharist offers true nourishment for hungry, angry world Print E-mail
Friday, 16 June 2017 14:26

Once, when I was a kid, my family drove up to Cedar Point, one of my favorite places. Having gotten off to a later start than we had hoped, Dad, on our arrival, wanted to have lunch. Because I was eager to start enjoying the rides, I talked him into holding off. Soon, however, we weren’t really enjoying ourselves. So, we stopped to eat, suddenly felt better, and got back to riding with full enjoyment.

‘Is Truth Dead?’ Time magazine asks but doesn’t answer the question Print E-mail
Friday, 02 June 2017 13:23

In hopes of getting my lads to read it, I recently started re-reading “1984,” the classic novel by George Orwell of a dystopian future dominated by “the Party” and its leader “Big Brother.”


Penn State hazing death recalls my own, better fraternity experiences Print E-mail
Friday, 19 May 2017 14:19

Like everyone, I suspect, I was shocked, horrified and saddened by the recent news of a fraternity pledge at Penn State who died in a hazing incident. The incident hit home for me in a way that it might not have for most people – I could imagine it happening to me as a young man.

Childhood devotion to Mary faded, but rediscovered over time Print E-mail
Friday, 05 May 2017 13:15

Recently, on the way back from Cleveland and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, my family and I stopped by my alma mater, John Carroll University.


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