Not Much in Common

I do not think that “iPad” is a very good name for a computer.

…As you may recall, I really got a lot out of the George Clooney movie about frequent-flier miles. The movie hit me between the eyes.

Then I read a review that made me wonder: Was I imagining things? Or does Commonweal hire blind people to review movies?

…On January 28, we keep the feast of the Angelic Doctor, St. Thomas Aquinas.

St. Thomas was a theologian and teacher. He wrote countless books. He accomplished the greatest of all feats: He never over-stated his case.

Our knowledge of God remains in a certain darkness of ignorance–ignorance through which we are united to God in the best way, at least in the present life.

…Rock on, Tim Tebow!

Too bad about Delpo getting knocked out of the Australian Open.

2 thoughts on “Not Much in Common

  1. I pause today to praise God and thank Him for Tim Tebow’s witness to all and especially to our young people who will soon be our leaders! Let us pray that we will follow Tebow’s lead and use whatever gifts or situations God has given us to spread the Truth. “And so America: If you want peace, work for justice. If you want justice, defend life. If you want life, embrace the truth – the truth revealed by God.” — Pope John Paul II, 1999 visit to St. Louis ”
    — Tim Tebow, we are behind you and your family and pray that you will continue to feel God’s love even through the attacks and ridicule!! “Rock on, Tim Tebow!!”

  2. Happy feast day to the wonderful man who said, “Never deny, seldom affirm, always distinguish.” The Angelic Doctor rocks!

    I hope and pray that the ad will air as scheduled! God bless Tim Tebow for his amazing witness!

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