Alas, my beloved blogging project is falling to ruin! Believe it or not, it's been at least a few days since I've even given a thought to posting, much less done something about it. The move back to the States has been a busy and discombobulated one...finally I am emerging into the daylight, however, and the regularity which is brings.

For those following the trek, I'm now set up with a place to live and work, and will commence with philosophy classes at the end of August. Having a somewhere to call home (at least temporarily) will hopefully afford me the chance to post regularly again. Not only having a place, but also a community to feel at home in here at the university is key in forming fresh ideas for thought. I hope that the new friends I make here will contribute as much as my current ones have in shaping my desire to understand and articulate the beauty of Catholicism. For all of you faithful readers, please keep reading...and drop a line in the comments box from time to time, either to interject your own opinions on a matter or just simply let me know you are there!

Thanks again for your prayers, and know that I will be praying for you. Time to recommit the subject of this blog from "my life" to the "meaning of life"--i.e. encountering Jesus Christ in today's world...

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    # by Andrew Reinhart - August 3, 2008 at 12:21 PM

    We are still here. Daily increasing the number on your hits counter, and persevering through the dicouragement and desolation which has come from the absence of your posts in our lives (or at least something like that...). Good to hear you are settled. I am looking forwars to the posts. You have my continued prayers.

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    # by Anonymous - August 4, 2008 at 1:19 PM

    Welcome back! I look forward to your posts.
    You always manage to keep us informed and leave us with the desire to dig a little deeper into
    our own faith journey.

    Good luck this year and my prayers are with you.

    Pace e' bene
    Margaret