Daily Archives: May 30, 2018

Being Present in the Waiting Room

I love taking my daughter to her fiddle lessons. They’re held in an old two-story house downtown, each room of the house having been converted into an instruction space for a different instrument. Guitar lessons are at the back of … Continue reading

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Internship: The Dream Mission

In the Legion, we call an apostolic assignment a “mission.” Last year, I got the dream mission. Legionary vocation director Father Edward Hopkins welcomed me to SEEK 2017, the San Antonio conference hosted by the Fellowship of Catholic University Students … Continue reading

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