Daily Archives: 14 October 2020

Register and Vote, 1968

1968 was a crazy year. Almost as much as 2020. But it was a good time to promote the process of registering to vote and then doing so. I was heartened to see the huge turnout for early voting. Places … Continue reading

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Scripture for the Sick or Dying: Luke 11:5-13

Care for people who are sick and dying involves prayer. Sometimes the answer is not forthcoming. Sometimes prayer must be persistent: And (Jesus) said to them, “Suppose one of you has a friend to whom he goes at midnight and … Continue reading

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Fratelli Tutti 11: Regression In The 21st Century

Hopeful signs of peace and international cooperation were even there to be found during the Cold War. Conflicts since 1989 have been regional, but persistent. Is it a valid hope we move past mixed situations, whether the greater world outlook … Continue reading

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Register And Vote, 1964

Not a stamp collector, but I posted this image, left, on another social media platform the other day. We weren’t voting by mail in 1964 but there was a strong movement to register in the US during that decade. In … Continue reading

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