Tag Archives: Christian

Parishioners log miles for priest slain by car

As a young man, Mark Catalana set a goal for himself of 100,000 miles traveled by bike. He was 1,400 miles short of this goal when he was struck down by the driver of a gray Nissan on San Tomas Expressway over Winchester Boulevard on April 15, 2013. The driver drifted into the shoulder and read more »

Old time religion, Part 1

I’m going for “stridently preachy” here. Do I succeed?

T.G.I.F.

A personal note The religious observations this weekend represent an event that’s a Pretty Big Deal for me. If you’re so inclined, feel free to visit my church in San Jose at 878 Boynton Avenue. You won’t see me at the morning service (10 AM) unless you ask somebody for me; there’s also an evening read more »

Beauty for ashes

Biking as a Lenten practice.