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Spring, it seems, has finally arrived, or so it seems. The gunmetal gray snow that has stood at the end of my driveway like a frozen monument has finally been vanquished, and the first anemic sparrow arrived back in my yard from parts unknown. I must admit he looks worse for his winter wear,…
Christmas, of course, is drawing most of our attention and energy, yet lurking in the shadows is New Year's, and the daunting prospect of the 365 days ahead. The waning year makes us wistful for days and traditions past.
Life is made up in large part by our memories and how we choose to be shaped by them. All of us are formed by the events we have encountered in our lives, and our reactions to those events form our worlds.
From the cocoon of my office, I can look out the window and see that spring is slowly creeping back into our corner of Northwest Indiana.
To be given the task of writing about the state of faith in Northwest Indiana is a daunting task at best. To sum up, in a few paragraphs and words, the diversity, scope and vitality of faith in our corner of God’s world is somewhat akin to essaying the majesty of Lake Michigan by viewing it …
As a keen observer of the painfully obvious, I cannot help but take note that Christmas has once again come to Northwest Indiana.
My father was a man of great wisdom, most often conveyed in simple phrases that still strike home to me years after he said them.
Christmas is a time when we allow ourselves to wallow in sweet sentiment, nostalgia and tradition. This year, as with the past several, my Christmas season started with my own personal tradition — shivering in line at Best Buy at 8:30 p.m. Thanksgiving night. Yes, I am one of those idiots wh…
October is here again. The air is cooler, the leaves are starting to turn, and my beloved Bears are giving me heart palpitations. Of course, October is also Halloween season, and for me (and apparently for many other middle-aged adolescents) that is a fun, spooky time -- a time to break out …
Brushing aside fears that a book report I had neglected in the seventh grade had finally come back to haunt me, I appeared in the "big" office to find I was there to discuss the funding crisis involving Crown Point schools and a tax referendum on the May ballot.
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