Tag Archives: Thanksgiving

Have Yourself an O’Shea Christmas

Now that Thanksgiving Day is past, and so is Black Friday and Cyber Monday, you will continue to be deluged with ads on TV and radio extolling all the “perfect Christmas gifts” for your loved ones.  Everything is “that perfect … Continue reading

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Merry and Bright

Now that Thanksgiving is behind us and Christmas is before us, I am preparing myself for the enjoyment of receiving Merry Christmas greetings in emails, e-cards, and the traditional Christmas cards. Ah, those Christmas cards; you know, the ones that … Continue reading

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Theological Thanksgiving

In Flannery O’Connor’s short story, ‘Greenleaf,’ one of the characters says, ‘I thank God for ever’thang!’ That’s a pretty solid theological approach to Thanksgiving. I have much to be thankful for, and I try not to take anything for granted. I … Continue reading

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