How a Catholic College Sheltered the Poor From Irma It's always awesome to see people reaching out to their neighbors in times of crisis. Thanks Catholic Digest for letting me share this story with you!
As we prepare for the eclipse in a few short hours, I get the sense that some people are afraid to have their kids SEE the eclipse (with justification) or don't have special eye wear, but they still want it... Continue Reading →
I have a problem. I want to do everything. And I want to do it all 100%. But I cannot do everything. And, even for the things that I do chose to do, I can rarely do them with 100%... Continue Reading →