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Posted on October 21 at 8:41 a.m.
I had the privilege of meeting Father Virgil Cordano in 2006 and that one meeting with him at the Mission had a huge impact on my life. Father Virgil (as I called him) was a sweet, kind and wise man with a wonderful spirit. News of his passing hit me with both sadness and joy...how fortunate we all are to have known such a unique and caring human being. Til we meet again, Father Virgil...til we meet again...!
On Father Virgil Cordano Dead at 89
Posted on October 1 at 8:13 a.m.
In regard to the comment from dablinders, exactly what story did you read? Where on earth do you get from my article any of the items on which you comment? A mind wired such as yours makes me wonder how you can function in a day-to-day life without some type of assistance.
On Lost & Found
Posted on September 29 at 9:58 a.m.
The items in question were auctioned off by mistake, not as a result of non-payment of rent on the unit. It happens rarely, I'm told, but it does happen -- as it did in my case.
Posted on June 23 at 11:26 a.m.
Joe Lodge made the law a living, breathing organism rather than a rote application of the penal code. He made the dispensing of justice human through his empathy for all parties in a case and from his five decades on the bench. Joe would've made a top-notch politician but instead chose to reign over his humble courtroom in Santa Barbara. May God bless Judge Joseph Lodge. He made his mark on the world and the things he had to say will be worth hearing a hundred years from now.
On Judge Joe Lodge Dies
This inspiring human rights advocate, UNICEF Advocate for Children Affected ... Read More
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