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A Moment of Silence

My first experience with Political Correctness (PC) was as a middle school student in the early 1960’s. One morning in home room when we rose from our seats for prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance, we were instead asked to … Continue reading

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CCC: Comprehensive, Cohesive, Certain

In considering the following sets of initials, GPS and CCC, I dare say that most Catholics can recognize and expand more on the first set than on the second. Each set has one thing in common; both guide us to a desired destination. GPS … Continue reading

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The New Normal

Normal is conforming to a standard; usual, typical, traditional, or expected. New Normal is a term that has been used in a variety of contexts to imply that something which was previously abnormal has become commonplace. It has been described … Continue reading

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Division

                                                                                                        Division is defined as  disagreement between two or more groups, typically producing tension or hostility. A synonym for division is separation. The middle photo above depicts division that, all to often, degenerates into evil hateful acts of violence. The photo … Continue reading

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The Come-Back

A come-back is defined as a return. Set during the Great Depression, the film “Seabiscuit” is a tale of three lost men–Johnny “Red” Pollard, a young man whose spirit has been broken; Charles Howard, a millionaire who lost everything; and Tom … Continue reading

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Fear of Change

When he arrived at the other side in the region of the Gadarenes, two demon-possessed men coming from the tombs met him. They were so violent that no one could pass that way. “What do you want with us, Son … Continue reading

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A Humbling Honor

Patty Sullo Macari, Alan Malizia & Justine Metz’84 ( Not pictured: assistant coach Craig Pucci) Al Malizia FCIAC HALL of Fame Class of 2017…   Al Malizia, former Stamford High School Math Teacher, author,  and 1967 SCHS graduate,  is a … Continue reading

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