Author Archives: Michael Williams

About Michael Williams

Ardent greater Clevelander. Brewing industry laborer. Future Theology teacher. Truth seeker. Beloved adopted son of the Father thru JC in the Spirit.

A Brief Christological & Ecclesiological Reflection

As I promised in my last post (though a day later than originally stated), here’s the reflection I was satisfied enough with to post on this blog. This reflection was the final writing assignment for the first week of one … Continue reading

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Ordinary Time

As the Church moves forward liturgically into what I think is misnamed “Ordinary Time,” so too my life, after the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, returns to what is normal… for now. That always seems to be changing … Continue reading

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Hello, blog world. I have returned. Returned in many ways. I have returned back to my parents’ home, after a wonderful year living in Ohio City and working at my alma mater, St. Ignatius High School, for a year of … Continue reading

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A Reflection on a Year as a Volunteer Alumnus

Today, Monday June 4th, hosted the end of the year all-faculty meeting at St. Ignatius High School. Yesterday was graduation day for the class of 2012. Even these past few weeks have been days full of consummations and commencements – … Continue reading

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A brief post on the new Missal translation

Lately, I’ve been posting much tamer, more reflection-like material on the blog. However, today I can’t help but post briefly about a subject of some minor controversy (which I think has mostly died down by now), that of the new … Continue reading

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