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Dave Brubeck, 91, RIP

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On his way to the cardiologist with his son, and one day before his 92nd birthday, jazz musician David Warren ‘Dave’ Brubeck died.
He was a resident of Wilton, CT.
Carl E. Olson has an obit of Dave and the NY Times obit.
May Dave’s memory be eternal.

Priest bites off priest’s ear

This story is so sad that it’s so funny. An Australian priest bites off another priest’s ear –over a parking space. The biter is 80 years old and the bitten is 81. Read about it. Really, Fathers….?

Is this cartoon unfair?

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Is the Catholic household a divided house? Are Catholics aware of reality, or just what serves the personal interest?

Big Bird looking for work, needs seed

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The government job is over. Can we help the Bird? 

Dolan meet Colbert

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One of the most clever, that is, funny men in show biz today is Stephen Colbert. He’s also practicing his Catholicsm and serves as a catechist.
Mr Colbert, with a friend, Jesuit Father James Martin of American Magazine will host a show with New York’s archbishop, Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan. Get ready for a laugh!
Followup:
On the Cardinal’s blog there’s his article “Humor, Joy and the Spiritual Life.”
Laurie Goodstein from the NY Times wrote, “A Comedian and a Cardinal Open Up on Spirituality.”
On the AP is Rachel Zoll’s article: “Colbert to NY Fordham students: ‘I love my church.

About the author

Paul A. Zalonski is from New Haven, CT. He is a member of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, a Catholic ecclesial movement, and an Oblate of Saint Benedict. Contact Paul at paulzalonski[at]yahoo.com.
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