Monthly Archives: April 2014

Harassment

I’ve experienced many forms of harassment at the Vigil at Holy Cross — from a low percentage of students and a much higher percentage of college staff — but I had not experienced it at this blog before today.  I … Continue reading

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“I have set my face like flint, knowing I shall not be put to shame”

Here is the full section from a reading today, Palm Sunday: “The Lord GOD is my help, therefore I am not disgraced; Therefore I have set my face like flint, knowing that I shall not be put to shame.” It … Continue reading

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Back to the Vigil

I was at Holy Cross yesterday — and it was a great day.   I spoke with faculty, parents, students, grounds crew and neighbors.  Many people waved or honked or gave thumbs up.   The worst thing — to show what an … Continue reading

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Mom was in the Hospital

I haven’t been active at the Vigil at Holy Cross recently because my mother was in the hospital for the first time since child birth issues decades ago.  She’s home now, but without any clear diagnosis.   She had severe trouble … Continue reading

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