On my way to KC

I will be seeing some of you in KC, where everything is up to date, I hear.

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16 Responses to On my way to KC

  1. Nathan says:

    Father, perhaps you’ll learn if they’ve gone about as far as they can go.

    In Christ,

  2. danphunter1 says:

    I’ve heard they went and built a skyscraper seven stories high.
    Now thats as high as a building ought ter go.

  3. RBrown says:

    Someone once said to me, kidding: “So what has KC ever produced?”

    I replied, “Walt Disney. Your turn.”

  4. Margaret says:

    It’s better than a magic-lantern show…

  5. Eliza says:

    What is KC?

  6. Rose in NE says:

    Eliza: KC= Kansas City

  7. Legisperitus says:

    Eliza–

    Kansas City.

  8. John F. says:

    And Father:

    You can turn the radiator on whenever you want some heat!

  9. danphunter1 says:

    Father,
    Watch out for the burlesque.

  10. Chad Toney says:

    I’m in KC. I’d love to meet up if there’s a group or something getting together. Could someone let me know? Thanks! chad (dot) toney (at) gmail (dot) com.

  11. Jack007 says:

    Well, out of Christian charity, I will refrain from making any comment about Fr. Z’s visit here to Kansas City.
    I will only point out that emails went unanswered and for someone who follows this blog, AND contributes, I am MOST disappointed in not being able to meet Father.
    Interesting that so many people knew “where to go”. Hopefully this is not part of the “private club” mentality that permeates so many traditional Catholics.
    Perhaps “Wolftracker” might have been better served posting BEFORE it happened, instead of EX POST FACTO. Too bad, as he otherwise has a nice blog.
    Think, and PRAY about it! I certainly will.
    In Jesu et Maria,
    Jack

  12. Jack007 says:

    Well, out of Christian charity, I will refrain from making any comment about Fr. Z\’s visit here to Kansas City.
    I will only point out that emails went unanswered and for someone who follows this blog, AND contributes, I am MOST disappointed in not being able to meet Father.
    Interesting that so many people knew \”where to go\”. Hopefully this is not part of the \”private club\” mentality that permeates so many traditional Catholics.
    Perhaps \”Wolftracker\” might have been better served posting BEFORE it happened, instead of EX POST FACTO. Too bad, as he otherwise has a nice blog.
    Think, and PRAY about it! I certainly will.
    In Jesu et Maria,
    Jack

  13. Wolftracker says:

    http://wdtprs.com/blog/2008/01/up-to-date-in-kansas-city-a-wdtprs-blognic-on-saturday-26-january/

    Jack007:

    The event (location, time, etc.) was announced on this blog at the url above. There were no secret emails, no private club hand signals, or anything of the like. I did not blog on it prior to the event because the event was not mine, I do not know father, and it would have therefore seemed presumptuous for me to do so. I am sure Fr. Z would have enjoyed meeting you. Thank you for your kind words re by blog.

    WT

  14. Jack007 says:

    Sorry Wolfman. Obviously not your fault.
    I did not see that URL.
    Silly me, as I read this blog EVERY single day, I never read “recent posts of interest you might have missed”, since I never miss any. Unless of course they’re not posted where I can see them! Apparently I must be the ONLY one that doesn’t read that. I figured it would have been posted with all the LATEST posts. Mea culpa!
    At the time I thought it very strange that so many people knew about it.
    Hopefully you can appreciate my frustration when I saw your pic of Father, just ten minutes from my house. I was NOT a happpy camper. Still not, but it’s too late now.

    As far as Father Z not replying to my emails; I understand he must get hundreds a day. Besides, I’m sure he has way too many more important things to do; what with all his world traveling and all.
    Especially frustrating, as I’m sure it was a once in a lifetime opportunity. I can’t afford to be in Rome or London every other month. I really doubt if he’ll ever be back this way; given the importance and scenic beauty of our fair metropolis.
    Good thing we have some of the most holy, and HUMBLE, priests right here, huh? Deo gratias!
    Thanks to YOU for the kind words. You do have a GREAT blog; local flavor with the RIGHT point of view. Always on the mark.
    Keep up the good work.
    ¡Viva El Caudillo!

  15. Wolftracker says:

    Jack007: Shoot me an email and I will fill you in if you want.

    WT