Category Archives: trust; faith; hope

How to be human

Moral Theologians instruct us that there are three main virtues, known as theological virtues. They are Faith, Hope and Caritas. Caritas is one of those specialized Latin words. Sometimes it is translated as Love; at other times Charity. In English, of … Continue reading

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Why’s the glass always half empty?

This coming Sunday’s  first reading (I Kings 17: 8-24) evoked for me the scenes of the 1948 movie, “I remember Mama.” Based on a novel by Kathryn Forbes, titled “Mama’s Bank Account,” the movie was about the trials and tribulations of … Continue reading

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Although he appeared more than a dozen times on the David Letterman show, I would imagine that most of us who read this blog are not huge fans of the music of the late Warren Zevon.  Maybe I’m wrong!  Well, you probably … Continue reading

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