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Happy New Year Revolution

Yup.  It is me; still breathing. Out of hiding at last. I hope that you and yours are having a very blessed Christmas season. This has been a challenging Christmas season in Casa Kehoe. My dear husband was and is … Continue reading

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It’s a Mad Mad World

This is just plain nuts (H/T New Advent: Hunter Spanjer says his name with a certain special hand gesture, but at just three and a half years old, he may have to change it. “He’s deaf, and his name sign, … Continue reading

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Boston

Blogging will be light for a bit. But hey I have a good excuse for once. My favorite deacon and I are spending time with our son and his family. Grandchildren are such blessings. More pictures later.

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The Sons of Caesar, Still Pulling Peter Down

Elizabeth Scalia (AKA The Anchoress) has an excellent article over at First Things. It is a good explanation of why those of us who struggle to be in the world but not of the world make those who embrace the … Continue reading

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I Want to Go Where Nobody Knows My Name

Hi remember me? Yes I am okay, and I have every intention to continue this blog.  The reason that this blog has been dormant for so long is that MS decided to flare up just as 1st communion and Confirmation … Continue reading

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In the Desert of Lent Spring has Sprung

As we wait in joyful hope.

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Blogging

I am not going to blogging much for awhile. My beautiful daughter and great guy son in law have at long last decided to have their marriage validated in the Church. We had been praying for this for ten long … Continue reading

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On the Blog Again.

Honest. We were visiting my son and his family for over a week to celebrate Thanksgiving. I didn’t want to post about it, as I didn’t think it was wise to announce that our house would be empty on a … Continue reading

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Breaking News: Fire at Camp St. Malo

Camp St. Malo is a Catholic Retreat center in the Colorodo Rockies. Pope John Paul visited it in 1993. But it brings back fond memories for this deacon’s wife. When I was a junior and senior at Bishop Machebeuf High … Continue reading

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The Catholic Church of Saints and Sinners

Fr. Dwight Longenecker loves the Catholic Church, and I love his post. That is why I am posting the whole thing. “What I love about the Catholic Church is that it’s history reads like the Old Testament, and that feels … Continue reading

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