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A Catholic Town Jester

Saturday, August 30th, 2014
JesterRecently my daughter Maria purchased a write-it-yourself children’s book for her four-year-old daughter, Grace.  The book came with some stickers of characters you would see in an animated movie about a castle and a royal family.  The characters included a king, queen, princess, wizard, town jester, and prince in shining armor. Since Grace was to be the author of the book, it was up to her to choose names for… Read More

A Different Perspective on the Robin Williams Suicide

Saturday, August 23rd, 2014
Robin WilliamsAfter the recent suicide of the famous American actor and comedian Robin Williams, various reasons were given to explain why he killed himself. Some of the reasons included the fact that he had recently been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, suffered from severe depression, and was having money problems. For whatever reason, at the age of 63, Williams ended his life after determining… Read More

Sacrificing Comfort for Growth

Saturday, August 16th, 2014
Comfort ZoneMy mom was 19 years old when she married my dad.  She was 20 when she had the first of her 17 children.  Georgette and I were both 23 when we were married.  We had the first of our seven children the following year. I have two questions for you to consider:

1.    When is the best time to get married?

2.    When is the right… Read More

A Final Response

Saturday, August 9th, 2014
Criticism - AvoidThis is my fifth and final response to an email that I received from Tony, who questioned an article I had written about Amazon.com and its founder, Jeff Bezos.  Tony provided the following reasons why I (and other Catholics) should refuse to buy products from… Read More

Creative Destruction

Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
Creative DestructionOne of the things I wanted to cover in my series of articles concerning Jeff Bezos and Amazon.com is the process of creative destruction.  Have you ever heard of “creative destruction”?  It’s a term that was originally used by an Austrian economist, Joseph Schumpeter (1883–1950).  Schumpeter described creative destruction as an essential process that takes… Read More