Tag Archives: Morals

See You In Church?

  With the Easter holidays rapidly approaching I am once again moved to acknowledge the people who, in my youth, gave me a conscience – a moral compass. I probably won’t be going to church again this year however. At … Continue reading

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I, Pope

Perusing the Internet I glanced at an article about the recent conclave of Cardinals to choose the new Pope. The article said the Pope doesn’t necessarily have to be a priest. While partaking of a lenten fish fry (St. Florians’ … Continue reading

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Grief

I grieve for my country. This society is sick. The boys next door are playing with a soccer ball. Out of the blue one comes to the common fence, points to one of the boys and informs me that his … Continue reading

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Bastard

Bastard  [often misused in the pejorative indicating a bad man] 1) fatherless lacking a male role model or adult mentor 2) disenfranchised lacking the means or right to engage in an economic enterprise or participate in the marketplace of providing … Continue reading

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