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Simcha Fisher: The people you see when you run

My husband and I go running together several times a week. We're not fast and we're not agile, but we do keep going. Over...

Mark Shea: On humour, Part 2

Humour can be used for good, or ill Because humour is about incongruity, it has long been a tool for addressing the hypocrisy of the...

Mark Shea: On humour

I think I have a pretty good sense of humour.  My wife tends to disagree.  I have a weakness for really dumb gags.  I...

Simcha Fisher: How Catholic parishes can help an under-served community

Our pastor recently distributed pencils and slips of paper, and humbly asked us to write down what the parish could do to help bring...

Simcha Fisher: One size fits most

Occasionally, people ask me how I manage to come up with fresh, new topics to write about every week. This is a dangerous question,...
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