Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Help! Please help me do Good Work!.

I'm looking for a Catholic priest and volunteers, a webmaster, board members, exec director.
Any suggestions? I just Tweeted this:

Our purpose is to restore Mass Flourishing by doing more Good Work ourselves, and helping others to do the same. For more watch Startup Show, live each morning at 10 Denver.

I'll talk about this on Startup Show today, I hope you'll watch. Live at 10 a.m. Denver Time, any time after that by recording. Click "Visit Group" on and join us if you haven't already, it's fast and free.

Please share with any Catholic priest who you think might be willing to bless our work, ok? I wish Thomas Merton was still alive, I'd ask him.  Fr. James Martin? Fr. Richard Rohr? Or... ?

How may I be helpful to you?


John S. Wren, MBA+
Founder and President,
Small Business Chamber of Commerce, Inc.
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Monday, January 07, 2019

Want emergency help?

Recovery, getting back up, sometimes requires help. How do you find help? That's the topic today on Startup Club, click on "Visit Group" on and join us, it's free and fast.

Friday, January 04, 2019

My last bible study with Fr. Bruce.

Friday 4 January #Prayasyougo

Fr. Bruce Youngquist was an Episcopal priest who was ordained at Christ Church in Denver when Fr. David Wilson was the pastor.

Fr. Bruce had been an Intervarsity organizer for decades, starting bible studies on scores of college campuses.

I had the great privalage of being in a small group he and his wife Jo led at Christ Church and then again at St. Gabriel's Church. He helped me start a bible study in downtown Denver when I was working at Mountain Bell.

This was the text in one of the very last sessions I participated in with Fr. Bruce, in a home in Cherry Hills owned by a couple from England who attended St. Gabriel, where we all were members at the time.

Friday 4 January #Prayasyougo

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

St. Stephen a Success?

Perfect icon for me today, St. Stephen who was stoned to death as St. Paul watched.

Somewhere Shakespeare tells us in one of his plays (Hamlet?) to "count no man happy until he is dead." I've had times where things were going well, everyone seemed to be for whatever it was I was doing. Not like that right now.

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