Many thank to Plurkers!

This comes from some fellow users of Plurk.

Sniff…

I am very grateful.  What a nice surprise!

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Fr. Z is the guy who runs this blog. o{]:¬)
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10 Responses to Many thank to Plurkers!

  1. Oh my goodness – is Plurk still around? I opened an account a long time ago, and let go of it after about 6 months. I’m probably still there – LOL

  2. wanda says:

    That’s wonderful. It sounds like you are in good hands, Fr. Z.

  3. What is Plurk?
    Anyway, God love ya Fr. I’m praying very hard for you to Fr. Tolton. His cause has been introduced and he was a persecuted Priest. Very powerful Priest to pray to.
    Please keep father and me in yours as well. We both need them.
    Catherine

  4. I meant to say *my father and me

  5. jflare says:

    So, after a quick Google search for “Plurk”, I wound up on a site that reminds me of Twitter.
    Which..likely means I haven’t the foggiest notion how to use it!

  6. amsjj1002 says:

    Dear Father Z,

    you’re one of the priests/religious remembered every day when I pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. You’ve taught me a lot about the Faith with your blog, thank you very much! :-)

  7. Ruth says:

    You have my rosary this morning!

  8. benedetta says:

    Add a Chaplet of Divine Mercy from me.

  9. irishgirl says:

    An extra Hail Mary tacked onto the end of my daily Rosary has your name on it, Father Z (and that of Father Corapi as well)! [Thanks. I hope people will pray for Fr. Corapi too. His situation is far more complicated than mine and I suspect there is a lot of pain there. ]
    I read that list of prayers, Masses and Communions that were offered for you by ‘Plurkers’-awww, that is JUST TOO COOL!
    Then again, I’m just as clueless about Plurk as I am about Facebook and Twitter….. ; ) …..sigh….I guess you can’t teach an old dog like me new tricks….even technical ones! I have enough trying to navigate a laptop computer, bare-bones cell phone, and equally bare-bones digital camera…..

  10. Patti Day says:

    I prayed a Novena to St. John Vianney for you, and another to him for four other priests, including Father Corapi. I am a facebook fan of yours, and I look at your tweets sometimes, but my phone neither texts nor tweets as far as I know, and I’ve only taken two pictures with it, one of the floor and my shoes and one of my kitty :) As long as it makes and receives calls, I’m happy.