You Bet Your Life

Many of my fondest childhood memories of my long-deceased father involve my going to the horse races with him. He even on occasion let me stay home from school (I guess I was “home-stretch schooled”) to go with him to Santa Anita racetrack in Southern California. I also looked forward to the scenic drives down […]

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Fit to Be Tithed

My wife Maureen and I have always looked forward to the dinner in which our bishop would launch the annual diocesan fund-raising campaign. It’s become an annual “date” for us. We try to give what we can to our diocese and parish, Catholic apostolates, and worthwhile charities. Each year we’re stretched a little thinner as […]

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