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He Has Risen Indeed!

It's Easter. The most important day in the Christian calendar. We're past the Upper Room Passover dinner, the journey to Pilate and the cross, the crucifixion of Jesus and are at the most incredible part of the story - the ...

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Good News!

Easter is around the corner this Sunday, and for Christians, this is the most important day in the annual calendar. And for some reason, Easter is kind of creeping up on us this year - it usually runs a little ...

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Minus 500…

I made an executive decision this evening. I was having a conversation with someone and he told me that one of his friends had more than 1000 contacts in his phone directory on his cell phone. Moreover, the guy I ...

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Should We Be Like Jesus?

The last 24 hours or so, especially since Pope Francis ascended the papacy, have been filled with thousands of the faithful, both Catholic and non-Catholic alike, examining their lives as they relate to Jesus and God the Father. It makes ...

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Habemus Papam!

Earlier today, mid-afternoon eastern time, white smoke billowed from the temporary chimney erected above the roof of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican, the bells tolled and the frenzy of people in St. Peter's Square all combined to signal the ...

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Seven Billion

It was exactly one year ago today that scientists announced that the population of the world had finally reached seven billion people. That's a bunch of folks! I seem to remember, as a child in grammar school, that the population ...

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The Roar of the Lion

Several days ago, I wrote about the month of March and stated that other than some periodic snow, we have been blessed with a mild winter. I may have spoken too soon. Because legend has it that if March comes ...

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Lions and Lambs

Several days ago, we entered the month of March. It's difficult to believe that we are already into the third month of the year and other than a little snow, we have pretty much made it through the winter unscathed. ...

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“Property Wars”

As you know if you have been reading this blog for any length of time, I am a fan of several obscure television programs. Janet records most of her shows, so if I want to watch something, I usually have ...

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And the Winner is…

This past week-end, the Oscars were on television Sunday. Although the event started at 8:30 p.m. eastern, and lasted until almost midnight, there were hours of pre-event broadcasts with Guiliana Rancic and Kelly Osbourne, among others. There is always hype ...

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