Archive | May, 2012

The Christian in the world

I just love this second reading from today’s Office of Readings and had to share it: From a letter to Diognetus Christians are indistinguishable from other men either by nationality, language or customs. They do not inhabit separate cities of their own, or speak a strange dialect, or follow some outlandish way of life. Their […]

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Quick Takes—Weighing in with Paper Dolls

1. I finally replaced the batteries in our scale this week and discovered that for the first time in almost seven years I’m back down to within five pounds of my pre-pregnancy weight. My pre-Bella pregnancy weight that is. I’ve been continually nursing and/or pregnant since we’ve been married, so it isn’t too surprising that […]

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Edmund Campion by Evelyn Waugh

Last week I discovered that the church where I’ve been going for my weekly Holy Hour has a lending library. It was one of those fortuitous discoveries. In happened that I had runny nose and wheezy chest from the chilly walk from my car to the chapel and that there were several other adorers whom […]

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