- “Merciful like the Father”
- Stations of the Cross–Mercy Reflections
- Shine, Jesus, Shine!
- Extra Mercy Jubilee Day Is Here! How shall we spend it (really, invest it)!
- (blind) Faith?
- Gift; Give; I’m here: Present
- Christmas Chalk
- All things new
- Merry MERCY Christmas!
- Christmas Baby
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Category Archives: Parenting
As a consumer, have you ever felt cheated by products that didn’t live up to their advertised features and benefits? Even the youngest consumers can experience the kind of disappointment which turns to resentment—for the company/product that perpetrated the duping … Continue reading
Remember the childhood ditty that well-intentioned grownups encouraged us to say in response to our playmates’ verbal taunting or teasing? “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me…” I was thinking about the implications of … Continue reading
It’s another one of more than five dozen Father’s Days I’ve been alive to celebrate, and I’m thinking about Our Heavenly Father, and wondering why it never occurs to me to reach out to Him in special loving gratitude this … Continue reading
Yesterday was the feast of St. Anthony of Padua, whom devotees—like me–call upon to help recover lost items, trying our best, I suppose, not to do so superstitiously. And I’m wondering how it is that sometimes we find things that … Continue reading
“Please sit safely.” …”Please put your toys away…Now.” …”Please stop talking.” Over the years, words I’ve spoken as teacher or parent to children over whom I have had authority and responsibility often have fallen on so-called “deaf ears.” Which brings … Continue reading