• First Things | 12/27/2017 | George Weigel
    This was a tough year for losing friends. At one point, I got so tired of writing obituary columns that I wrote a kind of pre-obituary so the friend in question could read it before his death.
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  • www.whitehorseinn.org | 12/14/2017 | Staff
    The death of a saint always fills fellow pilgrims with inner conflict: joy in their being in the presence of the Lord, without the pains and struggles of this fallen existence, and sorrow at losing...
    276 views Caris
  • www.zerohedge.com | 5/29/2017 | Staff
    You don’t fight for your country, you fight for your government. On Memorial Day, America remembers and honors those who died while serving in the military. It is altogether fitting and proper to...
    650 views echolea
  • Townhall | 5/29/2017 | Staff
    This Memorial Day is a day worth particular remembrance. Unlike the Obama Administration, President Donald Trump’s administration does not run from honoring the service, present and past, of our...
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  • Unsettled Christianity | 5/28/2017 | Scott Fritzsche
    Memorial Day, originally known a Decoration Day, was established following the Civil War, but was not an official federal holiday until 1971. It was called decoration day because in towns across...
    511 views Refel_4309

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