Reviewing The Feasts by Cardinal Wuerl and Mike Aquilina

The Feasts: How the Church Year Forms Us as Catholics by Donald Cardinal Wuerl My rating: 5 of 5 stars The Church’s calendar is an intricate, complex, and beautiful technology. It is the work of many human hands and human minds trained to deal with holy things. The seasons turn and the feasts interplay like [Read More...]

Booktalk: Jane Austen and Me

NORTHANGER ABBEY. It began with Northanger Abbey. I’m considering reading this on my podcast so I reread it after having done so many years ago. (And then Jesse from SFFaudio asked if I wanted to discuss it in November. Hey, I can tell when a book is haunting me.) I know this was an early [Read More...]

When the Game Stands Tall

Here’s something else on the bookshelf that isn’t a book but I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to mention it in a lot of places. And, as I always say, we’re all about stories no matter how they are told!   Coach Bob Ladouceur: Winning a lot of football games is doable. Teaching [Read More...]


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