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When You Wish Upon A Star

Saturday, July 29th, 2017
On a Sunday afternoon during the summer of 1985, I drove my young family to my parents’ home for a visit. The adults ended up in the back yard sitting on lawn chairs, while the children played in the yard. At one point, a bird landed near my four-year-old son, Harry. He immediately ran toward the bird to see if he… Read More

The Countdown Clock Never Stops Ticking

Saturday, May 20th, 2017
On a Sunday afternoon in May 1987, I drove my family to my parents’ house so that we could visit with them. At the time, Georgette and I had four children — Harry, Anna, Maria, and Laura. When we arrived, my mom wished me a happy birthday. I had turned 30 the previous week. After wishing me a happy birthday, my mom’s first question was, “How does it feel to be 30 years old?” Before… Read More

A Roadmap to Happiness

Saturday, January 14th, 2017
In last week’s article, I wrote about how most people sacrifice their own happiness because they fear being talked about and criticized by others. They avoid doing things that they want to do because they’re too concerned about their image. I ended the article by stating, “If you really want to experience happiness… Read More

Make The Catholic Church Great Again!

Saturday, July 16th, 2016
Let's_Make_America_Great_Again_buttonAs you know, the slogan that Donald Trump selected last year for his presidential campaign is “Make America Great Again!” According to Wikipedia, that particular slogan was originally created in 1979, “during a time in which the United States was suffering from… Read More

The Departure of a Hero

Saturday, April 2nd, 2016
HeroOn a Thursday evening during the summer of 1971, my dad and I went to Limestone Community High School in Bartonville, Illinois, to register me for the upcoming school year. I had graduated from St. Mark’s Catholic School in May, which was the end of what I considered an eight-year prison term. I got off to a bad start at St. Mark’s. My first-grade teacher… Read More