How to watch the BoSox when on the road

Technology is great when it works!

Phones have come a long way. And the same can then be used to say Compline in Latin. There’s an app for that.

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18 Responses to How to watch the BoSox when on the road

  1. MikeJ9919 says:

    The Red Sox, Father, really? When it’s clear the Phillies will be taking their title home to Philadelphia again in a few weeks?

  2. Childermass says:

    I did the same thing, Father! I watched the Red Sox-Angels game to see who my Yankees will face once they’ve finished their Twinkie appetizers!

  3. Henry Belton says:

    Well Father…I figured at some point I would have some great theological disagreement with you…

    One question: when viewing on a small screen, are the Sox less disappointing?

    GO Yanks!

  4. Luke says:

    Sorry…I’m a little tired and out of it…

    Father, which saint is depicted in your traveling statuary? THANKS.

  5. don Jeffry says:

    St. Peter as the statue near the Altar of the Confession in the Basilica of St. Peter.

  6. irishgirl says:

    Hey, St. Peter ‘the Rock’ and the Boston Red Sox! Cool!

    But the Yankees are gonna win the World Series!

  7. Luke says:

    Thanks Jeffry. My doc is changing all of my medications around and it’s plain to see why they don’t want me to drive right now.

  8. JPG says:

    Technology is wonderful. It has allowed Fr Z to be a daily read and has served as some consolation that many people share similar perspectives as to the Faith and the liturgy.
    Go Phils
    JPG

  9. Luke says:

    Personally, I have two statues of St. Paul: one for the road, and one on our home altar.

    My wife and I are “old fashioned” by almost any standard in that we still have flip phones and would do without them if we could get a “land line.” I agree that technology has come a long “ways” and that it does have many practical applications.

  10. Luke says:

    I’m curious: what’s the sound like on those iPhones?

  11. Girgadis says:

    The Red Sox? Say it ain’t so, Father.

    I love listening to the Phillies on the radio. Not quite as special without Harry the K calling the games, but still one of life’s best simple pleasures.

  12. Red Sox Father? I knew there was something saintly about you.

  13. Brian Day says:

    So, how did Torii Hunter’s dinger look like on the small screen?

    My office mate was at the game last night and he said that homer was a monster shot. Oh yeah, and he has a case of laryngitis this morning.

  14. Matthew in Vancouver says:

    As bad as it is to root for the Red Sox, I’m sure it’s only a venial sin.

  15. Re: “My wife and I are “old fashioned” by almost any standard in that we still have flip phones….”

    I’ve never owned a cellphone. Y’all are amateurs.

    Sigh. An acquaintance of mine recently wrote a book about somebody who’d been totally out of circulation since 1995. She went to great lengths to show how hopelessly behind this person was, to the point that she couldn’t keep a job. Blah blah blah.

    The problem was, all these “essential” 2009 things she had to learn were things that you really don’t need to do. (Also, this person had already had a cellphone and computer for several years back in 1995, which put her well ahead of most.) Granted, both she and her character live in a big city in California. and lots of her friends live in Silicon Valley. Even so, it was way, way exaggerated.

  16. Luke says:

    I’ll accept the amateur label. What I meant was that we (my wife and I) wouldn’t have a cell phone either save for the fact that we can’t get a land line.

  17. Londiniensis says:

    The piece of technology that will still be around in three years’ time is the Pentel pencil in the foreground!

  18. Jason C. says:

    As much as I hate to admit it as a native Bostonian, I think the Yankees are going to win the World Series.