Don’t Give Up, Go Do

Posted by Lou Imbriano

I was baptized in the Catholic Church, only went to Catholic schools for my education (grade school through college), have received all of the sacraments through marriage, was an alter boy for almost a decade, and have read the Bible several times. I am confident in saying that I have had more than my fair share of the Catholic religion in my life. The folks who assembled the Bible wanted people to follow rather than lead. The Old Testament begins with the banishment of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden due to disobeying the rules, however the actual reason was that they were seeking

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“The Form”

Posted by Lou Imbriano

If you're a parent of adolescents, you know that getting the whole story is not as easy as just asking for it. Because of this fact, we invented "The Form", a questionnaire the kids have to fill out if they are planning to attend any outside activities with their friends that are more detailed and intricate than just "shooting hoops with" or "studying with". The kids think it is ridiculous, of course, but all the parents we mention it to seem to like the idea. So I thought we would share it with everyone, in case they want to implement it in their household. We hope it helps sort through t

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Gillette Stadium Is Covered In Snow… Hand Me A Shovel.

Posted by Lou Imbriano

It was December 6, 2003, the day before the infamous Patriots/Dolphins Snow Game. I walked down to the person in charge of snow removal at Gillette Stadium and asked if there was complete confidence that we had the proper plan in place and that we were prepared for the forecasted snow. It was the first major storm that we were to experience in the new building, and the old way of doing things probably was not going to get it done. I was assured that we were prepared for what was to come. I am a big believer in the precept that what got you to where you are today is not enough to get you where

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