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  • "My children may bicker, and I may—almost certainly will—complain. But the bickering and the griping are chaff, and what’s left when the winds of time carry them away are the golden kernels I want to savor..." --Melissa Wiley
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June 13, 2009

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My primary conversion to Catholicism happened at St. Anthony of Padua parish, so I have always held that St. Anthony found me.

I share your affection for him!

And it's just as good the third time around sweetie! I'm so glad he did find you :) Many blessings!

Our new priest recently remarked that St. Anthony is always hiding things. I said, I thought he helps you find things. No, Father Sawicki said, he hides things to remind you that you need to pray.

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