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Lawyer Meets Doctor

Saturday, July 8th, 2017
In 1996, my wife, Georgette, started experiencing severe headaches. At the time, she was pregnant. She went to her doctor and after an examination was told there was a growth behind her left eardrum. Her doctor referred her to Dr. Peter Smith, a specialist in St. Louis, and told her that she needed to see him as soon as possible. Two weeks later, Georgette and I met with… Read More

Godless and Childless Leaders

Saturday, July 1st, 2017
You may have heard of Charlie Gard, the 10-month-old baby who was born with severe brain damage and an inability to move or breathe on his own. He has been on life support at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London since he was born. Earlier this year, Charlie’s doctors concluded that he was terminally ill and that nothing more could be done for him. After doing extensive… Read More

Repairing the Damage

Saturday, June 17th, 2017
During a recent storm, the electrical power in my daughter Maria’s house went out. Maria and her husband have four young children. Several other homes in their neighborhood also lost power. Apparently, a couple of trees were hit by lightning and one of the trees fell and snapped a power line. After Maria learned that the power company had put out… Read More

The Death of a Modern-Day Theologian

Saturday, February 18th, 2017
[caption id="attachment_2974" align="alignright" width="300"] Michael Novak and his wife Karen greeting Saint John Paul II[/caption] I have a quote that I want you to read and then tell me if you know who wrote it: “Enjoying what we do is not always a feeling of enjoyment; it is sometimes the… Read More

Communication for Beginners

Saturday, February 4th, 2017
Talk To MeOne of the first things I do when I hire an associate attorney is teach the attorney how to build rapport with prospective clients. The definition of “rapport” is “a close and harmonious relationship in which people communicate well and understand each other’s feelings or ideas.” An important element to building rapport with others is to use… Read More