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On the second landing

In The Pigeon with the Ruby Collar — a fairy tale Marti wrote in anticipation of the birth of our first grandchild, Jocelyn Anne — it comes to light that Princess Jocelyn Anne has magical healing powers. Because of this, … Continue reading

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A reason to live

At the Academy Awards last night, Graham Moore won Best Adapted Screenplay for “The Imitation Game,” about the life and achievements of the late Alan Turing, the British mathematician and cryptanalyst who helped solve the Enigma code during World War … Continue reading

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From trinkets to treasures

Marti had an idea for the Catch today that I had second thoughts about until I found that my Old Testament passage for this morning included this: The Lord said to Moses, “Tell the Israelites to bring me an offering. … Continue reading

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This is the Edsel

When I was a young boy I owned a 1958 Edsel. I bought it at the local five and dime because it didn’t sell there either. I had been hoping for a ’58 Chevrolet but I got tired of waiting. … Continue reading

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‘It’s a shindig’

We live next door to a young Jewish family with two girls and a boy under 10-years-old. The wife has relatives in Israel that she visits every year. I often hear her speaking Hebrew over the phone or with guests. … Continue reading

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Working for God’s HR Department

“I can say I have met the most amazing people on this planet when I have pushed the walls aside and just gotten to know people for who they are.” So writes one of our Catch members recently. He works … Continue reading

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