Listen to Me

I wrote about a significant life change which has been a tremendous blessing to my family and I in Matthew 25:21. Just to briefly recap, my opportunity to transition from one long term career into something completely different in 2021 was both a financial and

Planned Coincidences

I was a senior in high school in January of 1989 when I went on my first March for Life in Washington D.C. I was still pretty naive at the time to the nature and extent of much the evil, sorrow, and pain in our

Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay

Last Monday we celebrated the 246th birthday of our country. I did so by attending the Stars and Stripes celebration in downtown Sandusky – representing my new employer at a table for Catholic Charities. Later Monday evening, I celebrated by riding the GateKeeper with my

God has a Sense of Humor

It took me a long time to get my thoughts all the way together for Matthew 25:21 – but that was necessary as a backdrop before I shared God’s sense of humor. So this short post is rather late in getting written and posted. My

Matthew 25:21

“Well done, my good and faithful servant; Enter into the joy of your master.” I began writing this blog post in late September of 2021, but time and editing got away from me (and I’ve been just a little bit busy) and now here we

We Walk By Faith

Starting in June earlier this summer, our Sandusky Catholic Parishes began scheduling weekly walks at various locations throughout Erie County in a program called Friday Fitness & Fellowship. Each week on Friday mornings at 9:00, a small group gathers at a predetermined location – usually

Guardian Angels on the Court

Although I haven’t played much over the past twenty years, I previously documented my love for backyard basketball in “Back” Home. I have often hoped for a hoop if and when we move into a different house with a larger yard or driveway. But other

Catholic to the Max

Late last summer during the height of the COVID pandemic, my daughter and I made a store run for my elderly mother who was doing her best to remain isolated from the general public. We were driving in my 20 year old Buick. It had

Doves and Cardinals

As we head into Pentecost Sunday, which is the day that we celebrate receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit at the close of Christ’s earthly ministry (quite literally the birthday of the Church), I cannot help but be reminded of one of the most

Touched by Heaven

This is an entry that has been a long time coming.  Depending on your perspective, the origins of this God-incidence took place in June of 2007 at the earliest, or in September of 2018 at the latest.  In either case, it has taken me over