A Sabine view

Just because it’s pretty.

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7 Responses to A Sabine view

  1. Barbara says:

    Yes, it is pretty.
    Happy Birthday Father.

  2. Ohio Annie says:

    Great. Is that your barn? Is it full of old chalices and vestments and stuff to give to priests who want to learn the EF?

    Happy birthday to yooooo, Fr. Z (imagine sound of banjo plinking)…

  3. Gloria says:

    Another Happy Birthday, Father. You make my morning, every morning. I voted for your Blog, but I wasn’t sure the vote went through. I hope someone will send you pictures of the Solemn High Mass at Sancta Trinita dei Pellegrini with Cardinal Hoyos for FSSP anniversary (or other related images). It was a wonderful pilgrimage including Norcia, Cascia, Assisi and Montecassino. We had two U.S. buses and, while Father Berg spoke to our separate groups of U.S., French and German, we all crammed in together for the Pontifical Mass. Bet that old neighborhood hadn’t seen that many cassocks, surplices, vestments,etc., in a very long time. There were plenty of curious onlookers. God bless and protect Pope Benedict XVI.

  4. Tom S. says:

    Pretty Indeed, Father… Thanks for the post. I LOVE watching the seasons change at the Sabine Farm. Thanks for sharing that part of your life.

    Soon there will be snow, no doubt!!!

  5. Joan Moore says:

    Welcome back home, Father. I’m sure you are glad to be back, because no matter how interesting and exciting the travel, it’s always good to be home.

    Happy birthday, and many more.

    Will you create a delectable birthday dinner????

  6. Mike B. says:

    “Beauty is the mark God sets upon virtue.”–Emerson

    Thank you, Father, and Happy Birthday!

    Mike