Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’

The Poor You Have Always In Your Face

If I knew that my contributions would only finance food, clothing, shelter, health care and child care and not drugs, I’d be much more inclined to be generous. But how can I know? When the panhandler approaches, there’s no grant application and no time for due diligence.

First Principles on Immigration

The Big Picture Home Page | Previous Big Picture Column |  Next Big Picture Column First Principles on Immigration Published in the Maryland Daily Record December 31, 2007 Those men and women trying to enter the country “illegally” are my brothers and sisters. We are all children of the same God, and that makes them my brothers […]