What one does on flights.

I am reading this 2010 book sent by a reader here about Constantine by Paul Stephenson at the suggestion of His Hermeneuticalness the great P.P. of Blackfen and Dean of Bexley.

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5 Responses to What one does on flights.

  1. Christo et Ecclesiae says:

    In hoc signo vinces!

  2. BaedaBenedictus says:

    Noticed on Twitter you touched down in Syracuse. That’s my hometown. What brought you there, or were you just passing through?

  3. wmeyer says:

    Were I to again subject myself to the irritation of flying post-9/11, I would prefer my Kindle to a book, since as I recall, elbow room is at a premium. But then, I tend to take my Kindle everywhere. Currently reading Hubert Jedin’s History of the Council of Trent, Vol. I. (And agitating with the publisher to prep volume 2 for Kindle.)

  4. Supertradmum says:

    Father Z,

    Are you caught in all the snow? Praying for you especially today.

  5. irishgirl says:

    Where are you going to this time, Father Z?
    BaedaBenedictus-‘Syracuse’? Which one, in Sicily or in NY?
    I think sometime last week was the anniversary of the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, won by Constantine the Great.
    ‘In hoc signo vinces’, indeed!