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Is There Cream Cheese on My Mustache?

As I sat with my family at a local breakfast establishment, I noticed a finely dressed man at an adjacent table. His Armani suit and stiffly pressed shirt ...


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Augustine on Bad Habits

"Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity."

—St. Augustine (A.D. 354-430)


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Be Patient with Me, I'm Happening

I was visiting my daughter's home when my grandson grabbed my hand to take me to see something. My daughter and he had found an uncracked robin's egg ...


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Imperfect by Design

Have you ever noticed the pock-marks, or dimples, covering the surface of a golf ball? They make the ball look imperfect. So, what's their purpose? ...


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Love Must Be Blind

It is impossible to keep peace between man and woman in family life if they do not condone and overlook each other's faults but watch everything to ...


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Blind to One's Own Faults

The greatest of faults, I should say, is to be conscious of none.


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Snow on the Summits

If we saw the Church as she is in the most generous souls who live most truly the life of the Church, she would appear most beautiful in our sight, despite ...


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