Tag: forgiveness

A Saint Bridging Ireland’s Great Divide

Being half Irish, I’ve always had great fondness for St. Patrick. That fondness grew when I was on my first short-term mission trip from Church of the Apostles to Northern Ireland in the 1980’s. I discovered on that trip that in spite of the Roman Catholic/Protestant… Continue Reading “A Saint Bridging Ireland’s Great Divide”

Remembering the Day That Everything Changed – September 11, 2001

This is the second of my reflections on the twentieth anniversary of 9/11. Maybe it is because I feel as if I owe my life to the brave passengers on United Flight 93 — if indeed that plane-turned-weapon was directed towards the U.S. Capitol.… Continue Reading “Remembering the Day That Everything Changed – September 11, 2001”