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Go in Peace or Not so much!

                             

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Golf is a cruel game.

This is an old story and for most of us we have been here.

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Squish the Fish

This Sunday the forecast for Buffalo New York has ranged from 40 cm of snow to the upside of massive flooding. A few weeks back I made a promise to go to the Buffalo Bills football game against the hated Miami Dolphins with my son. Regardless of the forecast I guess a promise is a […]

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I had the opportunity to speak to a group of high school students at a symposium organized by my Alma mater Brebeuf College.  It is hard for me to believe that it has been 40 years since I graduated from Brebeuf. Where did the 40 years go? I invited them to drop by the website […]

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I had the opportunity today to speak to the teachers at Blessed Pope John Paul II Catholic Secondary School and since this was a “Faith Day” I picked the topic of faith as the theme. I know very creative of me. I invited them to drop by the website to have a look at some […]

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I had a chance today to present some ideas about evangelizing the Good News to young folks as I spoke to a group of catechists and volunteers in Toronto. I invited them here to the blog to have a look at some of these past posts. Click here to listen to Fr. Ronald Rolheiser talks […]

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This week  I am working on my homily for the 25th Sunday of Ordinary time. Here is the line from the gospel that struck me: “The person who is trustworthy in very small matters is also trustworthy in great ones;and the person who is dishonest in very small matters is also dishonest in great ones.”(Luke […]

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Yesterday was my birthday. I celebrated the 29th anniversary of my 30th birthday with my family and many of my friends on Facebook. A confession- I am a bad Facebook friend. I seldom comment or wish folk’s Happy Birthday. Now I feel bad as it was really wonderful to get a number of greetings from […]

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I am starting to consider that the second most important book on Christianity, I have ever read, after the Bible, is Fr. Greg Boyle’s “Tattoos on the Heart“. Perhaps I feel this way about the book because of my own work as part of the community we call the Friends of Dismas, or it might […]

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  “In the old days it was not called the Holiday Season; the Christians called it ‘Christmas’ and went to church; the Jews called it ‘Hanukka’ and went to synagogue; the atheists went to parties and drank. People passing each other on the street would say ‘Merry Christmas! or Happy Hanukkah! or (to the atheists) […]

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Don’t miss the boat Don’t forget we’re all in the same boat. Plan ahead—it wasn’t raining when Noah built the Ark. Stay fit-when you’re 600 years old someone might ask you to do something really big. Don’t listen to critics, just get on with what has to be done. For safety’s sake travel in pairs. […]

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Jeff Foxworthy is an American comedian and best known for his jokes on how to tell if you are a redneck. He is a good old boy and hangs out with one of my favorite funny guys Larry the Cable Guy. Here is Jeff’s take on how you can tell if you might be a […]

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Sometimes When Parents texting their kids it can “Zing” them:  

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New Testament Humour

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