In recent weeks lots of people have been asking me what’s next, after I depart the University Catholic Center on June 30th. This is a complicated and unstable time for all of us, and plans can change on very short notice, but here’s what I know right now. On July 1, we will turn over pastoral care of the University Catholic Center to Fr. Jonathan … Continue reading So, What’s Next?
Last week, for the Thanksgiving weekend, I stayed with my brother and sister-in-law in Syracuse, NY. It was a glorious weekend, filled with family, fun, food, and an abundance of gluten-free pastry. On Sunday afternoon I departed, and began the drive to Washington DC, for the Paulist General Council meeting. Unfortunately, my iPad stayed behind in Syracuse. Honestly, it’s rare that I don’t visit my … Continue reading The Tale of the Traveling iPad
As part of my research into surviving the rigors of frequent air travel, I discovered a very helpful web site: OneBag.com The author of this site, a man with decades of experience as a frequent traveler, has some interesting things to say about air travel: You can travel for months at a time, if you only take what you really need. You can travel with … Continue reading Traveling Light, Part 2: The Red Oxx Air Boss
Now that I’m the Paulists’ First Consultor (part of our 3-man leadership team, together with the Paulist President and Vice President), I’m doing a lot of traveling. This week I’m back in Columbus to help cover things while Fr. Chuck is on vacation, and to help the new Director, Fr. Joe Ciccone, CSP, get oriented. After this, I’m off to Tampa, Richmond, back to Columbus, … Continue reading Traveling Light, Part 1