Light day

I am going to have a light internet morning and day while I run errands and travel a bit.

Back later. 

I will get the z-cam up running this afternoon or evening.

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7 Responses to Light day

  1. John Enright says:

    OK, Father. I think you are entitled to a well earned day off. Not, of course, do you need my permission! Enjoy!

  2. Father,

    I do hope that you enjoy your day off. I am looking forward to the treturn of the Z-Cam/Radio Sabina and Z-Chat?

    Brother Juniper

  3. Paul Haley says:

    Father Zuhlsdorf,
    Does a priest ever get “a day off” in this day and age? I wonder. The workload on you and all priests must be enormous and I hope this little respite from the Internet will give you the opportunity to recharge your batteries, so-to-speak. God bless you.

  4. JoyfulMom7 says:

    What Brother Juniper said! Z-chat?

  5. tecumseh says:

    Back in the saddle Father. Have you seen Rorate Caeli on the Austrian Bishops. What about Damians Holy Smoke blog at Daily Telegraph Blogs, Cardinal Cormac snubs Archbishop Burke and the Latin Mass Society. Ghastly, whatever happened to British manners.

  6. Bob K. says:

    The battle is heating up!. “Let’s Get Ready to Rumbleeee”

  7. Steve K. says:

    What’s in a name? So, I’m up way too late and should be in bed, and decided to google Karen Eliot’s name out of boredom and annoyance at his/her/its ridiculous remark, and voila:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karen_Eliot

    “Karen Eliot is a multiple identity, a nom de plume, or multiple-use name that anyone is welcome to use for activist and artistic endeavours. It is especially popular within the Neoist movement. It was developed in order to counter the male domination of that movement, the most predominant multiple user-names being Monty Cantsin and Luther Blissett.”

    [In other words... he's a loser.]

    Man, the things you can learn on the internets. How completely, tediously unsurprising.