Tag Archives: World War I

The Submarine by Carlos Najera

  My best friend while I was growing up in Oxnard was Ernest. His family was from Germany and they had a real long last name that is hard to spell. My family lived on C St., Ernest and his family … Continue reading

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Soul Surgery by Carlos Najera

  Do you see that boy and the left?  That wasn’t me but it could have been me.  When I was a boy, my only pair of shoes had to last all year.  That was why most of the time, … Continue reading

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“You will hear of wars and rumors of wars” (Matthew 24:6) by Joseph E Najera

The year was 1917.  It was a point in time when everything changed.  The world became smaller.  The United States would soon be drawn into the vortex of the early 20th century. Our country would eventually become a citizen and … Continue reading

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