Eric

Author's details

Name: Eric Williams
Date registered: December 1, 2009
URL: http://funkydung.com
Jabber / Google Talk: funkydung@gmail.com

Latest posts

  1. Helpful, Not Useful — September 24, 2016
  2. Crazy Cat — June 16, 2016
  3. Mighty Morphing Toaster Pastries — June 3, 2016
  4. Passing Pets and Precocious Personalities — May 7, 2016
  5. So Much — March 19, 2016

Most commented posts

  1. Apology Due to Michael Schiavo? — 85 comments
  2. The Church in the Modern World — 60 comments
  3. An Open Question To God-Bloggers — 46 comments
  4. Merry Christmas, ACLU — 42 comments
  5. Out of Left Field or Out of Touch With Reality? — 33 comments

Author's posts listings

Jan 12

Parenting Advice from St. Philip Neri

While packing to move (We bought a house! Yay!), I found my copy of “If God Be With Us: The Maxims of St. Philip Neri“. As I flipped through it, skimming through the daily bits of wisdom, I noticed a few that could be applied to parenting. Granted, the few recorded statements of Neri (of … Continue reading »

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Dec 04

Beautiful Family

“I just wanted to tell you how beautiful your family is.” Hearing that used to feel awkward. OK, well, I guess it still does. We’ve heard it so many times after mass, though, that we’ve kind of gotten used to it. Some folks are impressed by how well behaved our kids are. Others are just … Continue reading »

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Nov 03

Fearing Death on All Souls Day

I was already feeling pretty emotional at the All Souls Day mass. Our parish mourned the deaths of parishioners in the past year by reading their names and having loved ones come up to the front of the altar to light prayer candles. Watching anguished faces approach the candles was hard. Recalling lost loved ones … Continue reading »

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Nov 02

Discipline in Antiphonal Iambic Tetrameter

The selfish and disrespectful behavior of my kids (especially Thing 1) – such as taking toys that other people were using, doing something mean because they think it’s funny, or breaking rules because they’re inconvenient – has thus far been resistant to correction. We needed to try something different. Necessity, as the saying goes, is … Continue reading »

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Jan 02

It’s Like He Was Born Reading

This entry is part 16 of 16 in the series Wordless Wednesday
Alex Reading Shel Silverstein at Age 4 from Eric Williams on Vimeo.

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