I recently found myself standing in the midst of a forest full of redwoods and feeling oddly uncomfortable. Surrounded by rare giants, some of whom had fallen and some whom were still proudly displaying their two-thousand-year-old glory, I didn’t feel quite as I ought to have. At another time of life not so long ago, … Continue reading Nature Is Incomplete.
My intent in writing this point is twofold: first, to humbly remind my friends that we are engaged in a brutal war on two different fronts, and second, just to offer some simple thoughts on the nature of the conflict. Political Warfare: We are engaged in a great political war. Donald Trump, the unapologetic nationalist, … Continue reading The Quintessence of Dust
And it has not been a “young man’s world” in a very long time. This is generally more of an observation than a profound critique. A friend of mine made this remark to me several months ago and I have not been able to forget it. The beginning of his thesis was the invention and … Continue reading It’s an Old Man’s World
In his recent address to American Catholics, President Trump began, “From the very beginning of our Republic, Catholics have uplifted and enriched our nation beyond measure. Catholics like Charles Carroll helped secure American Independence.” Who was Charles Carroll? Born in 1737, Carroll would become the only Roman Catholic signee of the Declaration of Independence.
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