There is a novel called The Man Who Lost Himself; in one scene the main character of the story trails a man to Paris.
One day long ago, someone interrupted Jesus with a question any of us might find ourselves asking. Parents had died and there is an estate to settle.
Father Dan competed in his 24th Ironman in 25 years – and what he’s decided was the final triathlon of his long career – on Sunday, July 24 in Lake Placid.
For most of his life, Brother Charles worked for years in pastoral and social ministries, while sharing Father Paul’s message of At-One-Ment during his life. On Wednesday, July 27, Brother Charles entered into Eternal Life at the age of 77.
Aaron Hollander, for Ecumenical Trends - Peace in Our Time? Suffering, Solidarity, and the Promise of Interreligious Engagement
The annual retreat at Graymoor for the Tertiaries of the Society of the Atonement and the Society of Franciscan Deacons was a hallowed adventure. “It went very well,” said Deacon Tom Rich, TSA, the Holy Mountain Franciscan Retreat Center’s Executive Director. “It was a very good retreat for us. We’re all very close in our work and so forth. It was very enjoyable.”
In Eugene O’Neill’s play, “The Great God Brown,” we see a man on his deathbed and he is frightened.
On Sunday, July 24, the 71-year-old “Iron Friar” will return to Lake Placid to compete in the Ironman – what he says will be his final Ironman event – capping off a long and storied career competing in the triathlon.
In some ways, this Martha and Mary story can be annoying to many of us. You do not want to be seen as too much like Martha; ignoring the guest or like passive Mary.