Tag Archives: Veteran’s Day

The Great War

I do not come from a military family. My grandfather served with distinction in the Second World War, so much so that he was invited back for Korea. My stepfather also served, but in a position of peace. (His stories … Continue reading

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Eleventh Hour; Eleventh Day; Eleventh Month

In reading the title of my blog entry this week history buffs already know where we are headed…  the remembrance of that day in 1918 at Compiegne when on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month … Continue reading

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Martin, Veterans and Christ

Today in the liturgical calendar of saints we celebrate the life of Martin the Bishop of Tours who died today in the year 397.  In our secular world today we celebrate and honor those who are military veterans. Martin’s early … Continue reading

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