Saint Teresa of Calcutta and a Simple Fire-Grilled Pizza

The Bible tells us that we (all of human kind) are created in the image of God. Yet people get image, as in outward appearances, confused with who we are inside. It is the human spirit that is the image of God.

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A Most Sacred Friday

Today is the Friday following the second Sunday after Pentecost. Pentecost Sunday occurs fifty days after Easter Sunday. And Easter Sunday happens on the first Sunday of a full moon after March 21, the spring equinox. Oh so complicated. In simple terms; Sacred Heart is 19 days after Pentecost.

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Those Were the Days

Today is the first Saturday in September. Traditionally, it is National Tailgate Saturday. This year, what few sporting events that there are in American have banned spectators. No spectators means no pre-game parking lot extravaganzas. And even if tailgating were permitted, there are other problems that might not be so easy to overcome.

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