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Honey Boys

Saturday, February 25th, 2012
When I was growing up, my oldest brother, Jerry, was everything a mother and father would want in a son: intelligent, gentle, and respectful.  I never saw him argue with my mom or dad.  Never.  Not even once. Except for the baby of the family (Tony), the remaining 8 boys weren’t very gentle or respectful.  In fact, they were downright aggressive and defiant. Over the years, my mom routinely… Read More

A Reservoir of Love

Saturday, February 18th, 2012
It happened on a Friday evening in April of 1977, when I was 19-years-old.  I was home from college for the weekend and after dinner, my mom brought out a cake she had baked for my youngest brother, Tony.  There were 2 candles on the cake and it was time to sing Happy Birthday to the baby of the family.  As usual, the candles were lit and the lights were turned off.  Tony sat in mom’s… Read More

The Unanswered Question

Saturday, February 11th, 2012
The first time I ever heard the phrase “Academic Freedom” was when I was 22 years old.  It happened in 1979, when I was a student at St. Louis University School of Law.  I had no idea when I started law school that I was going to get a real “education” on how a Catholic university operated.  During my first year in law school, the university announced that… Read More

A Retired Nun Challenges My Manhood

Saturday, February 4th, 2012
Last Monday I received a telephone call from a retired nun who reads my articles every week.  I’ve known this particular nun for over 20 years.  Even though she’s “retired,” she works harder than most people who are half her age.  She’s a very holy and humble woman who cares greatly about the Catholic Church… Read More