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Author Archive: Scott Nolan

Scott is a husband and father of three. He works for a local university, and in his spare time produces and hosts "In the Lead", a TV show he created on a local cable channel. He enjoys the outdoors, old cars and travelling. He is always looking for meaningful ways to serve God.

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A Day of Peace Would Be a Wondrous Thing

August 28, AD2017 0 Comments
A Day of Peace Would Be a Wondrous Thing

It’s been said that on December 25, 1914, during the First World War, an “unofficial ceasefire” occurred. On that day, German and British soldiers put aside their differences, and for one day, one of the most reverent of days, peace ensued. Perhaps you’ve heard the account of the “Christmas Truce.” The story is a remarkable […]

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Determination Means Giving 110% Even When It Is Hard

July 29, AD2017 0 Comments
Determination Means Giving 110% Even When It Is Hard

August has always meant Football for me. And maybe it’s just me, but football makes me think about religion. I am not a sports fanatic, but I have always been fascinated with football. I was at a dinner a few months ago and one of the speakers remarked how football is very difficult to bring […]

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Hope and Why the Little Things Matter in the Big Picture

June 27, AD2017 1 Comment
Hope and Why the Little Things Matter in the Big Picture

“If you want to change the world, make your bed.” No, these ‘words of wisdom’ are not my mom’s. This is lesson #1 on Retired Navy Seal and Commander of the US Special Forces Admiral William H. McRaven’s list of 10 Life Lessons. McRaven outlined his 10 Life Lessons in a 2014 commencement speech delivered […]

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Hope, the Rosary and the Blessed Mother

May 27, AD2017 0 Comments
Hope, the Rosary and the Blessed Mother

If you strengthen your relationship with the Blessed Virgin Mary, you will almost certainly build an even greater relationship with Jesus and the Father. Many clerics and laypeople have written about the importance of Marian Devotion over the years, and undoubtedly many will continue to do so in the future. This may be because there […]

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Sometimes It’s the Quiet Ones With a Simple Faith

April 26, AD2017 2 Comments
Sometimes It’s the Quiet Ones With a Simple Faith

I recently lost my father in law, a man of a simple faith, and it has thrown me for quite a loop. I still have my father, and I am thankful for that because we have always had a close relationship. But, I was blessed to have this man as my father in law, and […]

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