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Saint Patrick: Missionary to His Enemies

What does St. Patrick’s Day bring to mind? Many would say shamrocks and parades, or a pinch for forgetting to wear green. For us Irish folks it’s a celebration of our heritage. But the deeper meaning is that Saint Patrick really lived. He was a Roman, not an Irishman, and ...

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God Can Keep It Clean!

Cleaning a home was quite a task in the old days. Women once used a wringer washer to clean their family’s clothes, spending much time wringing the clothes out through the wringer rolls at the top of the machine.  Wet clothes were hung on a backyard line when weather allowed, ...

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Identifying the Adversary in a Nation Gone Bonkers

What has happened to America? No, What has happened to the “United” States of America? Aren’t we supposed to be united? Isn’t that how we progress? Isn’t it supposed to be “United We Stand, Divided We Fall” or does this not apply anymore? I have so many questions about the ...

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Forgetting the Lies that Devour Us

All of us make mistakes. It never had to be, but it is a guarantee. We start at a young age and begin challenging the world around us to see if we get different results that please us. We may be challenged with authority, so we rebel against that authority. ...

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