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After False Alarm of an Imminent Ballistic Missile Attack on Hawaii: Fire someone –or get fired up about nuclear disarmament?

“If You Love This Planet brings to life Hiroshima survivor Setsuko Thurlow’s passionate call to action, on the day that the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was adopted at the United Nations – 7 July 2017.”  http://www.icanw.org/campaign-news/short-film-if-you-love-this-planet/ The

Posted in I BLOG, Nuclear disarmament, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized

Guest Post: Crazy! A Catholic Worker House at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church

This Wednesday we will welcome to our motley crew here at St Elizabeth’s two crazy people. They are Barbara and David. David and Barbara are members of the Third Order of St Francis, lay people who have ditched all of

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Posted in I BLOG, Justice

Guest Post: 2018 Resolutions & detailed 3 part strategy to win

Originally posted on GaryHooser's Blog:
Aloha Friends, As you are aware, 2018 is a year that we can and must win. Our winning strategy requires waging the battle on three critical fronts: Electoral, Legislative, and Legal. A solid win…

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Points of Light in 2018

This is the Christmas tree a dear friend of more than three decades, Teo Sia Cheng, made this year. I am not sure why Teo decided to make his own tree but I am glad he did.  It lights up

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Remembering John Victor Morais

In remembrance of the life of John Victor Morais, born this day, December 18, 1910. Returned to God’s nearer presence Mar 6, 1991. With gratitude for setting an example of what can be accomplished with determination, despite the odds; an

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Guest Post: Saying YES, just as Mary did.

Genesis 3:9-15, 20    Ephesians 1:3-6, 11-12   Luke 1:26-38 A shoeshine boy was plying his trade outside Grand Central Station in New York City.  A silver medal danced at his neck as he slapped his shine cloth, again and again, across

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Immaculate Conception: How can this be?

 A sinless Virgin Mary? No matter how many times I hear it, on this Feast of the Immaculate Conception, my rational mind struggles once again to come to terms with a belief that was widely held, but only became official

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Gladys Vaz Morais: In God’s Nearer Presence

As we mark this day, two years ago, on Nov 8, 2015, that you sailed on into eternal life, here once again is the hymn you taught Zubin and Sheela Jane. Your wisdom and your love remain with us always.

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Guest Post: The Beatitudes, weed killers, opioids, and nuclear brinkmanship.

If you ask my kids what does dad read, you’re guaranteed to get a big eye roll and a groan as they heave out that “Dad only reads stuff about God, and oh yeah, Jeeesus!” But truth be told I

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Catholic Bishops Conference of India Council for Women

Source: Catholic Bishops Conference of India Council for Women

Posted in I BLOG, Politics and Religion, Uncategorized, US Bishops

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