- Jan 22, 2020
At work this week, a colleague snuck off in the middle of the afternoon and got married — at City Hall, to her longtime boyfriend. No one would have known about it had she not asked our boss for an extra day off. She is an extremely modest person, and
While on a vacation, my mother-in-law gave me gifts I don’t like. Unfortunately, they’re all liquid: perfume, air freshener, and a bottle of body lotion. We are flying home, and I don’t want to pay $25 to check a bag so I can export stuff I’ll never use back home.
I just received what can only be called a chain letter from a person I love. The promise is innocuous: Send a poem or an inspirational verse to the person at the top of the list and you will receive many poems and inspirational verses in return. No one is
I come from a large, Catholic family and among my many cousins there are a wide range of views and opinions on all things Catholic — including divorce. I am (very happily) divorced, and I never paid much mind to the Church’s teaching on the matter. I just reconnected with
I have a very good friend who recently ended a very tumultuous relationship with the father of her two children (together about 15 years; never married). He has anger issues and can be pretty explosive. They share custody 50-50. Last night I found out from my husband, who found out
My son currently attends a Catholic high school, although we are not Catholic. He has been severely bullied, sexually harassed, and mistreated by a coach, but the principal and superintendent fully support the coach. I have reached out to the deacon and bishop, yet no one will respond. My Catholic