Giving a Voice to the Voiceless
Posted on October 27, 2014

It didn’t take long, less than 24 hours, for the critical voices to be raised when the Nobel Committee awarded its Peace Prize to two champions of children’s rights, to a Muslim and a Hindu, to a child and an adult.

Our Visionary Ancestors
Posted on October 20, 2014

Every day I learn something new!

I always knew New York City was different from the rest of the country, but it took Robert Romagnoli to tell me why and how. I had slipped into his presentation on the history of Marble (for the 60s Plus Fellowship) and I was enthralled.

Lest We Forget
Posted on October 13, 2014

In our world with the 15 second attention span, religious issues continue to generate headlines. Some recent news items included the fact that Mormon women have breached the portals of the Men Only sessions for those aspiring to priesthood. Although women were not invited, most of the telecasts did not prevent the women from entering forums still reserved to males over the age of twelve.

Pep Talks
Posted on October 6, 2014

Did it happen in your grammar school too? I remember so clearly those proverbs that the good Sister wrote on the board each week for us to memorize. I have never forgotten “Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise” straight from the corn fields of the Midwest or "Waste not, want not” from frugal Puritan New England.