I work in business resiliency, and IT disaster recovery. My children and relatives still don’t understand exactly what I do, so I’ve given up describing my livelihood to them and mostly everyone else for that matter. To enhance my employment, I am enrolled for a Masters of Arts in Homeland Security. Ah, now I’m grounding to something [...]
Author Archive: Daniel Mikulsky
Daniel is a father of two school age boys, graduated from Columbia and knew Father Ford (who baptized Tom Merton). He has an MBA, helps companies prepare and recover from disaster (a very lucrative field), and is now enrolled for in a MA in Homeland Security. He regularly compares grades with the boys, which tick them off to no end. Family patrons include St Thomas Becket, St. Thomas More, St. James the Less and St. Patrick.
“I don’t have to go to church, I can pray anywhere”, so they say. Yes, we have all heard that sappy line for decades. It’s the ultimate in narcissism; an admission that no other human is necessary for the communion between an individual and God. Just me and God. Yep, God and I have a direct line. [...]
My name is Dan, and I am an abortion sidewalk counselor in New Jersey. This is my inaugural column for a series I will call On the Frontline. Yes, by the grace of God, and resulting from a lifetime of nagging by the Hound of Heaven, I have moved onto the prayer line at an [...]