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The Life of an Entrepreneur

Saturday, May 31st, 2014

EntrepreneurIf you’re like me, you probably never heard of Saint Bernardino of Siena (1380–1444).  I learned about him a couple of weeks ago when I read a summary of his life.  His feast day is on May 20, the same day as my birthday.  This year, when I turned 57, I decided that it was time for me to learn about the saint who is honored by the Catholic Church every year on my birthday.

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A Corrupt System of Dependency

Sunday, May 25th, 2014
Last summer while my wife and I were having dinner at a local restaurant, the waitress who was serving our table asked me how everything was going with my law practice.  I looked at her, hesitated, and answered, “It’s going pretty well.”  Since I didn’t recognize her, I asked, “Do you work for a law firm?”  She answered that she had worked at the courthouse for several years before quitting her job. I asked why she no longer worked at the courthouse and she told me that she had young children at home and was able to make more money by quitting her full-time job.  She explained that after she quit, she applied for rental assistance,… Read More

Mealtime With Our Lord

Thursday, May 22nd, 2014
Dinner with JesusIn a recent Adoration Letter article titled “Too Tired To Care,” I wrote about the importance of making an effort to always keep your mind young, fresh, enthusiastic, and hopeful.  In the article, I mentioned a reporter who had followed Mother Teresa around for several days and was completely exhausted by the end of each day.  The reporter noticed that Mother Teresa,… Read More

Planting Seeds of Doubt

Saturday, May 17th, 2014
seeds-of-doubtEarlier this year while I was at a church-related function, I ran into some relatives — a married couple — who are about 20 years older than I am.  After we talked for short time, a priest (who is in his 60s and a friend of the couple) walked up to us and joined in the conversation. While we were talking, the wife asked the priest if he had seen a recently released documentary… Read More

Too Tired To Care

Saturday, May 10th, 2014
TiredLast weekend, Georgette and I attended two First Holy Communion Masses.  The first Mass was on Saturday, and the second was on Sunday.  One of the most refreshing experiences for me is to witness young, innocent seven-year-old children receiving our Lord for the first time.  At that age, children are still bursting with energy, enthusiasm, and hope for the future, and they have not yet been infected with… Read More