May 15, 2020

Dick Vitale: Faith, Family and Foul Shots

In the world of sports, Dick Vitale and college basketball are synonymous. That’s understandable given that he’s devoted over 50 years of his life to the game in one capacity or another.

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Angels on the Battlefield

Two years after the first shots were fired in the United States Civil War, thousands of war-weary Americans joined a grieving president on a battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

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Don’t Let Illness Get You Down

Good health is undeniably one of our greatest blessings from God. Be it minor aches and pains, an annoying chronic condition, or a debilitating illness, health issues are welcomed by no one.

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Give Yourself a Break

Most people pay close attention to the first commandment about loving God with all our mind, heart, and soul. Not so many give equal notice to the second: “Love your neighbor as yourself ” (Mt 22:34-40). It’s the “as yourself ” part that tends to be forgotten or dismissed.

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Faith without Borders

According to a survey of those recently deported to Nogales, Mexico, the average person deported has lived in the United States for more than 14 years and has two to three children still living in the states (70 percent of those children are citizens). Of those interviewed, 70 percent said they would continue to cross the border until they make it back to their families.

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