Category Archives: inspirational

I Want to Live

Hall of Fame football coach Tony Dungy announced Wednesday on Twitter that he will be attending the March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Friday. The two-time Super Bowl champion (one as a player, one as a coach) said he … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, charity, Christian, common sense, costitutional rights, democracy, due process, fair play, Faith, freedom, Hope, independence, inspirational, irony, justice, liberty, love, mom, paradox, persistence, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, sacrifice, salvation, scientific verification, spiritual | 1 Comment

Jack Frost

         “…art cries out for an artist. It is plainly impossible that so standard a work as the Universe should remain anonymous.” – G.K. Chesterton One morning my sister-in-law captured a photo of the top image that was left on her windshield … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Christian, common sense, Faith, freedom, inspirational, irony, love, paradox, Religion | Leave a comment

The Good Christmas Thief

“The Thief Who Understood Value” I was disappointed to find that the life-size Nativity was not on display in the Danielson town green some years ago. My first thought, knowing our times, was that some objection to the display might … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Christian, Faith, Hope, inspirational, irony, justice, love, paradox, Religion, salvation, truth, victory | 3 Comments

Why Advent? Revisited.

Advent is a season observed in many Western Christian churches. It is the beginning of the liturgical year in the Catholic Church, as well. It is a time of both anticipation and preparation for the celebration of the Birth of … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Christian, common sense, Faith, freedom, Hope, inspirational, justice, love, paradox, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, salvation, spiritual, supernatural, truth, victory | Tagged | Leave a comment

The Challenge for Christ

Christ’s challenge was not Satan, but, rather, human weakness. He experienced all that we do except He never gave in to the inherent abuse of the senses. Hunger, thirst, unfulfilled can acquiesce to some threat or reward. Satan is not … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, charity, Christian, common sense, Faith, freedom, Hope, independence, inspirational, irony, justice, love, paradox, persistence, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, Religious, resurrection, sacrifice, salvation, spiritual, success, tradition, truth, victory | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

A View

Following is an excerpt from my book on poems as seen above, published in 2009. “A Coach’s Lament” While silently reclined there is much that comes to mind. Sounds and visions of seasons past, one had thought would always last. … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Faith, freedom, Hope, independence, inspirational, justice, liberty, love, paradox, persistence, purpose, Religion, sacrifice, success, tradition, truth, victory | 2 Comments

The One Truth

When the mad Carousel that is the world has run its course, there will be but One truth, that has always been from the start, remaining. It is the One Truth that stood before Pilate as the answer to his … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Christian, common sense, Faith, freedom, Home, Hope, humor, inspirational, irony, justice, love, paradox, persistence, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, resurrection, sacrifice, salvation, spiritual, supernatural, tradition, truth, victory | Leave a comment

The Week That Changed The World

As we enter Holy Week we remember that two years ago we and the world entered a most unprecedented period of duress rooted in a pandemic from which many trials and challenges have sprung forth. Yet the lessons of Holy … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, Faith, freedom, Home, Hope, inspirational, irony, justice, love, paradox, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, resurrection, sacrifice, salvation, spiritual, success, supernatural, tradition, truth, victory | Leave a comment

The Paradox Of The Cross

Jesus carried the cross an estimated distance of 650 yards. Which is a little less than a quarter of a mile. The same distance many may walk leisurely in the morning with a cup of coffee in hand or in mowing one’s lawn on a warm … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, charity, Christian, Faith, freedom, Home, Hope, inspirational, irony, justice, love, paradox, persistence, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, Religious, resurrection, sacrifice, salvation, scientific verification, spiritual, success, supernatural, tradition, truth, victory | 4 Comments

The Lenten Journey Ends at The Cross

Unlike we, Christ came into the world not to live, but to die.  For 30 years He obeyed in being raised, nurtured and educated through His parents; Mary and foster father, Joseph.  For 3 years He taught. And for 3 … Continue reading

Posted in Catholic, charity, Christian, common sense, Faith, freedom, Home, Hope, inspirational, justice, love, paradox, persistence, prayer, purpose, reconciled, Religion, resurrection, sacrifice, salvation, spiritual, success, supernatural, tradition, truth, victory | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment