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The Clock is Running!

It’s back in my hands! Catechetics, with the final copy edit, is back in my hands. The remaining steps are few, but critical: Approve changes. Layout. Cover. (Needs to have exact number of pages to be correctly sized) Publish. It’s … Continue reading

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Interregnum

While the last part of my Catechetics manuscript is in copy editing, I occasionally have a few minutes of free time (you’ll notice I’ve been doing a little bit more on the blog this week). So what does that mean … Continue reading

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The Correct Number of Books

I recently heard of a lady suggesting you should keep no more than 30 books with you at a time. I now travel overnight once a week, and I’ve gotten pretty good at packing, so let me tell you, this … Continue reading

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Seeing the Sights

What does a country parson do when he has a few extra minutes at his new parish before leading a bible study for the LWML? He airs up his bike tires so he can get some exercise, and then takes … Continue reading

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Days of Obligation

January first is a holy day of obligation for the Roman Catholic church. Some of you may be wondering what a holy day of obligation is. It is a day (there are six of them scattered about the year) when … Continue reading

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Update: Country Parson Times 3

For those who follow my blog, you might have noticed I am now the pastor of three congregations. For now, two of them are vacancy, while we see if this is possible. The last guy to take on those two … Continue reading

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Liberal Arts & Theology

There’s a great article by Victor Davis Hanson about the death of the Liberal Arts on college campuses. Go here to read it.  When you get back, click through, because I have some thoughts.

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