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death, radio

Joe Franklin and Catholicism

So radio and TV icon Joe Franklin died this week at the reported age of 88 (I don’t believe that for a second). ¬†Joe was...
death, sports

A Final Boo-Ya!

Stuart Scott, the renowned ESPN anchor who was a pioneer in many ways in sports, died today from Cancer at the much too young age...
Campus Ministry, death
death, inspiration

James Martin posted this beautiful reflection after attending the funeral for Fr. Dan Harrington, SJ, noted scripture scholar. I’m on the last train out of...
death, Movies

Phillip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead

This just in from the NY Post: Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside a Greenwich Village home...
death, radio, reflections, Undefined

Peace to Grant

As many of you know, I worked in radio for some 10 years. And one of the shows I worked on was a show called...
death, Fordham, inspiration
death, Family.

Thoughts on Treyvon Martin

I’ve been silent on Treyvon Martin thus far and will be no longer. I’ve been silent because I tend not to comment on court cases...
Clergy and Laity, death

Deacon Joe Marotta Drowns–So Sad

Deacon Joe Marotta, a good friend and blogger at The Journeyman Carpenter with whom I regularly corresponded with has left us way too early and...
Catholics and World Events, Clergy and Laity, death, inspiration

Andrew Greeley, Rest in Peace

Fr. Andrew Greeley, a longtime priest of the Chicago Archdiocese and a noted sociologist who has much influenced my work in young adult ministry, has...