Our fathers … ourselves

Think about the ways you are like your father, whether he is here or in heaven. Consider the good parts you’ve inherited, the ones ingrained in your genes.
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I am a white mamma of bi-racial children

My husband says I will never understand what it is like to be the only black person in a room, that I will never understand what it is like when strangers look at him a certain way – he’s absolutely right.
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Easter will not be cancelled

Easter will not be cancelled, nor shall our hope that everything will be okay.
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The man from Hershey

Suzanna Molino Singleton finds inspiration in the man who championed outreach to Haiti in the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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Nine ways to have fun in church

I like to think God has a good sense of humor. So who says we can’t have fun in church?
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Faith through it all

The differences in attitude while muddling through emotional heartache or illness are what can make or break us.
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The Magnificent Sunset

I always say, if someone doesn’t believe in God, take him or her to a sunrise, a sunset, the Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls, the mountains or a beach. The pure majesty of such panoramas should infuse faith.
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Watching Sunday Mass – from my kitchen?

On a recent Sunday, I was able to experience Mass at the Church of the Nativity in Timonium although I was hundreds of miles away in Florida.
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So quick to judge

I already know what my 2021 new year’s resolution should be – I shalt not judge others for however long they decide to keep up their Christmas decorations.
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Answering prayers

I shall try my best to keep up my part of praying for my friends, family and acquaintances ... but THANK GOD we have God to handle and keep up with the heavy duty stuff.  
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Camping out at the dollar store

Little gifts. Tiny blessings. This Christmas season, give away a compliment and your smile.
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