The More the Merrier

Scott Hefelfinger
January 28, 2022
“The more the merrier!” Most often, I gleefully toss out the phrase as my wife and I plan a get together of one sort or another: brunch, afternoon coffee, dinner party. My mind fixes upon conversation to be had and the particular contribution each person will bring to it . . .

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Patience hath a perfect work

Christopher Blum
January 2, 2022
“Patience hath a perfect work.” The saying comes from St. James, from his epistle as found in the Douay-Rheims Bible (Jas 1:4). In the King James Version, it appears as a mild command with the virtue personified: “let patience have her perfect work.” The editors of the Revised Standard . . .