Monthly Archives: May 2014

St. Augustine and putting sin into perspective

 I finally finished reading “Confessions” by St. Augustine, and, boy, is my brain tired. I looked at at least five different translations before settling on one by Sister Maria Boulding. This translation was in contemporary English, but not watered down … Continue reading

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“What” won’t make you happy

Now what? I had kind of an exciting day yesterday — I went to a great music festival, where one of my favorite musicians turned out to be a surprise guest. I was even able to briefly meet her and … Continue reading

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