Browsing the May 2012 archive of Blog

From Fanatic to Ecclesiastic: Trading Baseball Cards for Holy Cards

Posted by jason gawaldo on 5/17/12

I’ve been a huge baseball fan for most of my life, and growing up in Pittsburgh made me a diehard Pirates fan.  With that being said, my first clear baseball memory is Atlanta's Sid Bream scoring the winning run of the 1992 NLCS to end the Pirates’ last winning ... Read More »

Working for an Eternal Living

Posted by jason gawaldo on 5/01/12

On this feast of St. Joseph the Worker, I am reminded of my past jobs, particularly the part-time ones. 

My first job (chore?) was working (paying back a debt of nature?) for my dad doing yard work.  Mostly I cut the grass on the 14 acres of our used-to-be-a-farm, ... Read More »