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The Illumination of a Soul

Saturday, April 23rd, 2011
Have you ever heard of the practice of using canaries in coal mines to alert coal miners of danger?  Canaries are small songbirds that were first bred and used as domestic pets in the 17th century.  Because they are more sensitive than humans to toxic gases (such as methane and carbon monoxide), canaries were, at one time, routinely… Read More

Penalty, Punishment & Death

Saturday, April 16th, 2011
Earlier this year a prison inmate confessed to killing a female correctional officer inside the chapel of a prison in the state of Washington.  At the time of the killing, the inmate, Byron Scherf, was serving a life sentence as a “three-strikes” offender for prior rape convictions.  In his videotaped confession, Scherf told detectives that he didn’t like the way that Officer… Read More

A Catholic Family – 1951-2011

Saturday, April 9th, 2011
Last Saturday (April 2nd) my parents, Carl and Kathryn Williams, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.  My sister and her husband, Colleen and Bill Brannon, organized a Mass and party for them.  The people in attendance at the party were my parents, their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and some of their friends and relatives. It all started… Read More

The Last Movie Star?

Monday, April 4th, 2011
[caption id="attachment_485" align="alignleft" width="231" caption="Elizabeth Taylor"][/caption] When my daughter Mary Rose was 15 years old (4 years ago), Georgette enrolled her in a couple of classes at Illinois Central College.  At that time, I bought her a cell phone so she would be able to call from school if she needed anything.  The first voicemail message she recorded… Read More