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A young man trespassed on my property this week. He pushed his truck over the boundary of my bumper—actually he moved my bumper into my trunk. He didn’t do it on purpose. Sometimes I accidentally trespass on someone … Continue reading
Daylight Savings Time and St. Patrick’s Day, all in the same week. Now is a good time to forgive. It will bring out the saint in you. [As a teenager, Patrick was captured by Irish pirates … Continue reading
Patrick achieved sainthood because of his forgiving spirit (most people would willingly see their captors go to hell). Our beloved saint sought their salvation, not their destruction. So let’s honor the saint and give up a grudge. Matthew … Continue reading
What do you know about St. Patrick? I’m guessing he was Irish He used a shamrock to describe God He drove the snakes out of Ireland Patrick of Ireland was born in Great Britain. At age sixteen, he was captured by … Continue reading