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"Are you insane? Become a Roman Catholic priest?

At your age?"


"You're eighty-one years old. They make priests retire at seventy-five!"


"The work involved. How long will you have to study?" 


"You'll be excommunicated. Are you sure you want to do this?"


I knew I did. 

   WRITER'S DIGEST


CERTIFICATE OF MERIT

          

          2001







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                                                                                  "Is this eulogy a precursor

to a lamentation                                                        

of the institutional church as we know it?

Judith Bloomberg, National Catholic Reporter


Life and its episodes are  like a clothes line.


Every piece of clothing hanging on it, is separate, but it is all laundry. People come and go. Places change, positions change. String them all together, they become a life.


Some experiences are special. Some are not.


Some people and episodes are worth remembering forever.


Some not.


These are.