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    • A New G.P.S. 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014)
      When we are lost in our journeys, we are most noticing, most sense- abled. We look for signs, some indications of where we are in terms of where we would like to be. Global Positioning Systems are taking away the experience ...
    • A Parent Reflects on Jesus' Parents 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      When I was first married, we would pull out a traditional Italian creche scene and I would set up the shepherds, he animals, three kings and then the family: Jesus in his manger with Joseph and Mary standing on either side ...
    • A pinback 

      Unknown author (1930)
      Against a white background we find "Aesop's Fables" at the top, "Don" at the bottom, and "19" on the right side. In the center is figured a walking male. This is no doubt Don the Dog from the Aesop's Fables movie cartoons ...
    • A pinback 

      Unknown author (1930)
      Against a white background we find "Aesop's Fables" at the top, "Countess at the bottom, and "23" on the right side. In the cneter is figured a dancing female mouse. I suspect the pin has something to do with the Aesop's ...
    • A pinback 15/16" in diameter, labelled "Aesop's Fables - Countess - 23. 

      Unknown author (1930)
      Against a white background we find "Aesop's Fables" at the top, "Countess at the bottom, and "23" on the right side. In the cneter is figured a dancing female mouse. I suspect the pin has something to do with the Aesop's ...
    • A pinback 15/16" in diameter, labelled "Aesop's Fables - Don - 19." 

      Unknown author (1930)
      Against a white background we find "Aesop's Fables" at the top, "Don" at the bottom, and "19" on the right side. In the center is figured a walking male. This is no doubt Don the Dog from the Aesop's Fables movie cartoons ...
    • A platter, several plates, and a cup 

      Unknown author (1998)
      No Annotation
    • A Precious Life/The Magic of Patience 

      Unknown author (2001)
      This CD-Rom -Rom, produced together with a coloring book containing the texts, presents the stories in two booklets with these same titles published earlier. There are several voices--not always successful--with music and ...
    • A Renewed Personal Encounter With Jesus 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Text from the first two paragraphs of "A Renewed Personal Encounte with Jesus"|In his Apostolic Exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel, Pope Francis appeals to all of us to give ourselves to a "renewed personal encounter" with ...
    • A Rosary for Alzheimer's Patients: Praying the Sorrowful Mysteries 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Text from the first three paragraphs of "A Rosary for Alzheimer's Patients"|Agony in Garden|For the length of time it takes to pray 10 Hail Marys, I meditate on the Agony in the Garden. I picture Jesus, troubled and afraid, ...
    • A Sap's Fables Mardi Gras doubloon 

      Unknown author (1980)
      On the front of a coin, a pudgy girl sticks her tongue out at the beholder, with "A Sap's Fables" written above her and "1980" below. On the back side, a knight is pictured with the legend above "Knights of Momus" and below ...
    • A serving platter, 20¼" x 15½ 

      Unknown author (1831)
      This platter is done in the relatively rare black style. Barbara gave it to me in honor of her deceased husband Stanley, who carried the large platter back in his lap as he returned by airplane from Barbados. Barbara had ...
    • A turtle jogger (bookmark) 

      Unknown author (1980)
      There is no hare here, but even the number given to this runner (2) suggests a head-to-head competition.
    • A twice-folded-over heavy paper brochure advertising "An Aesop Odyssey 

      Unknown author (2000)
      The brochure advertises a fifty-minute children's opera available on tour. The cast includes Country Mouse, City Mouse, Tortoise, Hare, Cricket, Ant, Dog, Northwind, and Sun. How nice of Kelly to think of me!
    • A Vatican II Overview 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Text from the first three paragraphs of "A Vatican II Overview"|The fiftieth anniversary of the beginning of Vatican II inspires me to reflect upon a few things about what that Council meant for us. We can sometimes forget ...
    • A Visit: Mary and John Remember the Choosing of the 12 

      Alexander, Andy, S.J.; Waldron, Maureen McCann (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2000)
      Text from the first half of "A Visit: Mary & John Remember the Choosing of the 12"|Ephesus, A.D. 67, at the home of John and Mary, with visitors and new converts, Linus and Agnes.|John: It is so good of you to visit us, ...
    • A Well-Wrapped Gift 

      Gillick, Larry, S.J. (Creighton University, Online Ministries. Omaha, Nebraska, United States, 2014)
      "Slow as molasses in January" is an old saying used to indicate a lack of speed, usually employed by somebody who is experiencing impatience with another. Not all old sayings are accurate.|In Boston, on a rather warm ...
    • A white-colored platter 10½" x almost 9½ 

      Unknown author (1880)
      This is a heavy platter. There is a shallow plate in front of the protagonists and narrow vases in the background. Shirley dates this and the larger platter below to 1858-82. There are chip repairs at the right-hand ...
    • A white-colored platter 13" x almost 10½ 

      Unknown author (1880)
      This is a large, heavy, and even formidable platter! I am baffled about which fable is presented here. Shirley dates this and the smaller platter above to 1858-82. There are chip repairs at both "carrying" ends.