“We are proprietorial (yet also apprehensive) about time, thus we think and speak of ‘my time’. We speak glibly of time, as if it were just another throw-away item of our consumer society…Like our talents and our material goods, time is meant to be shared. Time in solitude and time with others – both are sacred because of God’s companionship.”
-Robin Daniels, The Virgin Eye
The Hobbit (now a major motion picture) by J.R.R. Tolkien
To Save a Thousand Souls by Fr. Bret Brannen
Not About the Beer homily by Fr. Nick Blaha (subscribe on iTunes at “Didde Catholic Campus Center”)
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