Today’s Readings: 9-12-2022

I am an avid reader, and I have started adding to my daily reading material some of the articles that I have found on the internet. I am doing my best to only post or reference articles I find on the internet in Today’s Readings that are accurate in content, but I cannot guarantee total accuracy.

For those who are taking or have taken college credit courses (especially if graduate level courses), the reason professors require you to use peer reviewed journal articles is because those that are peer reviewed have been through a quality control process, so to speak, before they are published. Though I try to post only articles that contain accurate content, the articles listed here have probably not been through a quality control process.

If you have other articles you would like me to post on my running blog on this site and/or to post in my Today’s Readings, I am open to reviewing and possibly posting them. Just contact me via the contact page on this site. I would love to hear from you!

“…pretending COVID is just going to go away—is naive. “I am truly puzzled at the widely-held assumption that the pandemic future is bright,” Lawler said. “This repeats the exact same errors in foresight we collectively exhibited for the past two years. I suppose I should have learned by now that we don’t learn.”…” See “This Could Be the Only Way to Beat COVID for Good” at

Yes, you should get updated COVID vaccine boosters: CDC and Seacoast doctors agree.

I took my third booster vaccine on Saturday, 9/10/2022, at the Winn Dixie in Hillard, Florida.

Everything to Know About the Updated COVID Boosters.

Young Afghan Refugees in America Adjust to New Norms — Especially for Girls.

“When Jesus speaks about the Last Judgment in Matthew 25, he specifically lists giving food to the hungry, drink to the thirsty and welcoming the stranger, among the behaviors that characterize those who will be welcomed into heaven. And this should be our response to those who come to us seeking refuge.
In his message for the 2014 World Day of Migrants and Refugees, Pope Francis urged Catholics to see every human being as a child of God. “He or she bears the image of Christ! We ourselves need to see, and then to enable others to see, that migrants and refugees do not only represent a problem to be solved, but are brothers and sisters to be welcomed, respected, and loved.” This is especially true when they are children.
As the issue of immigration is discussed in your families, workplaces and among friends, I encourage you to not think in terms of political party but to take the side of those who are vulnerable and are in search of refuge.

May the Lord grant to us the courage to live according to the Gospel and the strength to love as he does!”

See “Jesus was an immigrant” at

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