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This story came to me as a tweet. It haunted me for a day and a night, compelling me to share it. The author is unknown. The facts cannot be authenticated, although feedback on this post indicated that it refers … Continue reading
In Eve’s Apple, Marie Therese Kceif talks about her life as three chances, three careers, three marriages and three apples. “Many times in my life God has had to give me three or more chances in different ways and through … Continue reading
Susan Peek invites her readers to meet Saint Magnus, one of her friends in high places. Although he lived 950 years ago, he speaks, through his heroic example, to modern readers on the most fundamental of current problems. Standard definitions … Continue reading
Southwest Ohioans are tracking a black bear that has roamed the region for several weeks now. It likely swam across the Ohio river in a moment of disorientation and police want to get close enough to tranquilize it so they can … Continue reading