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You Can’t Eat Tanks

You Can’t Eat Tanks

The decision by NATO and the U.S. to send battle tanks to Ukraine for the first time is a huge boost to the military. But for the millions of refugees who are shivering and starving, it is little comfort. The scope of the humanitarian disaster in Ukraine is beyond...

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Russia Rattles the Nuclear Sabers

Russia Rattles the Nuclear Sabers

This week, Russia's former president, Dmitry Medvedev issued a stark warning: "Nuclear powers have never lost major conflicts on which their fate depends." As nations in the West provide Ukraine with more advanced weaponry to defend their country, the Russian...

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Breaking a Generational Curse

Breaking a Generational Curse

Not long before my father died, told me that he had dreamed he held some black stones in his hand. His grandfather had given them to his father who then gave them to him. When he tried to pass them along to me, they became white stones in my hand. He wanted to know...

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A Loving Father

A Loving Father

What was your first memory of your father? My father was away from home a lot, and when home he was all too often in a drunken rage. When I was a small child, we moved into the Projects, Duggan Park, at Paige Boulevard and Godwin Street in Indian Orchard,...

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The Little Town of Bethlehem

The Little Town of Bethlehem

For most of us, the name Bethlehem immediately summons images of a manger and shepherds and a star shining brightly in the night sky, guiding visitors from far away eastern lands. Many hear the words Phillips Brooks, rector of the Holy Trinity Church in Philadelphia...

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“You did it unto Me”

“You did it unto Me”

I'm pretty sure you've never had an air siren go off at a Christmas party...but Michael did as he finished up blessing 1,000 Ukrainian children with food, toys, and gifts to help them have a merry Christmas despite all that is going on. He was very close to the front...

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