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Return

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 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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Catholic U of America returns to single sex dorms

This article from CNA talks about the Catholic University of America’s plans to return to single sex dorms, as well as creating space in each dorm for a chapel and a room for a priest/religious to live, hiring more Catholic … Continue reading

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mystery

Life is so full of mystery. That mystery is seemingly most often expressed in suffering – i.e., how could a universe created by a beneficent and loving God allow for suffering of just and innocent, such as the Cleveland Cavaliers … Continue reading

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Snow in Cleveland

Shot from 3rd floor window.

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