Posts Tagged forgiveness


Sometimes God Sends Eagles

  Some things are universal. I was reminded of that this weekend when Father Tony Ricard blew the roof off the 21st annual Eucharistic Convention in Auckland, New Zealand. Father Tony is big time home boy, and major momma’s boy, from N’awlins. After Katrina hit in 2005, when everybody who could GET OUT of New […]

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Mother’s Day ‘Momories’ Straight from the Heart

One of my most treasured inheritances from Mom is a photocopied poem, surrounded by a hand-made sussy purple oval, held in a clunky, old wooden frame. The poem is called “Warning”, by Jenny Joseph. It’s not long: “When I am an old woman I shall wear purple With a red hat which doesn’t go, and […]

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