Turns out, I know two of the people who were running the Boston Marathon today: Tina, a lady I often lector with at mass on Sunday evenings, and her husband. Fortunately they are unhurt.

May the civil authorities quickly determine the responsible parties; and may no one speculate foolishly about who they are until we’re sure.

And may God bless the injured and their families.

  • By Deona, April 17, 2013 @ 8:35 am

    Hi Jeanne, My deepest sympathies regarding your fiends at the Boston marathon. Even tho they escaped any direct hurt, I’m sure they experienced some trauma.

    My comments are primarily related to you Aquinas blog…fascinating writing! I’m actually a seminary grad with a Master’s of Divinity /Chaplaincy….in reality that translates to a presently unemployed Chaplain…no religious upbringing…a visual artist and passionately in love with Christ!

    Your comments re: the complex content of this 16th century scholar is bang on! But his attractive readership in the 21st century is ironically, his concepts of a personally relational, loving God! Wow…what a concept,eh!

    This purpose of this comment…I’m having difficulty locating a feed or subscription to your Aquinas blog. Can you be of assistance?

    Fondly, Deona

  • By Will Duquette, April 17, 2013 @ 3:43 pm


    Actually, I’m not updating the Aquinas blog anymore; anything on that topic will go here instead.

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