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(Pics in order, top to bottom: My oldest cheering to victory the Carolina Panthers over the home team last Sunday; my youngest elbowing another play participant; my son just before eating a shark; the unsuspecting — long-suffering — Mrs.)
Santa Claus in my son’s — and my own — imagination (12/1/07):
I set out on a search for the Baby Jesus (12/8/07):
Just a few more days until the Nativity feast. With the fast, the shopping, the preparations….how are you doin’? Let us prepare? Yes. But regardless of how prepared we are, let us be thankful (12/15/07):
Every year at this time we reflect upon the true meaning of Christmas. Here, I show, from Holy Scripture and from the Church Fathers, that Christmas is all about …. clothing (12/22/07):
I join Sir Paul McCartney, Alvin Chipmunk, José Feliciano and other Wailers in a journey down memory lane — eschewing the worldly sounds of the seasonfor some really bad (ghostly) percussion moments. Are you prepared? (12/6/08):
What do Charles Dickens, Buzz Lightyear, Vladimir Lossky, the Carolina Panthers, the Baltimore Colts, Angels, Shepherds, George Frideric Handel and Kawasaki all have in common? Surely to goodness nothing but this podcast! I am is visited by another “ghost.” (12/13/08):
Okay, so the wife may not agree with my [re]posting this one, but (it was once “true”):
A vision of Bret Favre, along with the surprise of a Pittsburgh Steeler, join me (a husky seventh grade boy) on the playing field of … priestly ministry.
And, last year’s contest winner:
The entries are in, the votes have been tallied — thanks to all who participated! We have three “winners”, Erin, Alex, and Adam: a kid’s story, and some kids telling stories.
Most recently …
I bump into Mariah, the Grinch, and the Boston Pops, as he beats up a camera man, a mother, and a child—all in the name of “winter.”
A recollection of picking up a homeless Santa who helps the homeless (even grumpy clergy on their way home).
(By anticipation: Christ is Born!)