RECENT POSTS and THANKS and NEWS

First, help each other by using the entry

Your Urgent Prayer Requests

The combox is active for about two weeks and then I have to make another entry. I try always to link back to the other requests.

Then…

Help with a blog award? You can vote once daily.

And because they scroll off quickly…

And thanks are due to readers who gave donations.  I keep all your names on a list and remember benefactors regularly at Mass and with Masses for your intentions.  (UPDATED Mar 7 04:34 GMT)

CMB, DM, RB, PT, RB, JEM, HE, DG, DB, LM, MBD, BG, SK, JM, MA, CK, MD, JFL, HB, KR, RC, MG, MJC, MAB, RS, xyz, LC, TT, DN, KG, CB, MS, AM, NLM, AD, MF, GS, JF, PG, JB, RB, LS, KA, BB, TR, MG, MF, HK, EDG

I’ll update as I can.  (And as always, GS, DY, and KA are ongoing.)

I received a couple books for my Kindle from the wishlist and also a gift card.  Thanks!

Keep me in your prayers, especially for strong good health in the next couple stressful weeks.  I have got to shake off the last vestiges of this cough.

At last, the traffic is still pretty high.  I am going to have to eventually have some changes made to the hardware.  I hope the moment won’t come at the very worst time (just as the Protodeacon is about to say “Annuntio vobis…”.

You can also see some changes here as you look around.  The amazon.com search box is back.  Some links to books and other things will reappear slowly but surely.  I am shifting away from blog’s original name to simply “Fr. Z’s Blog“, which I think is pretty straight forward.  Why have such a complicated name that a) hardly anyone gets right and b) doesn’t really pertain as well now that the translation question is settled.  I’ll still do translation stuff, of course!  So, perhaps you will update your sidebars on your own blogs and sites by adding before the original name “Fr. Z’s Blog”.  You Brits can leave out the “.” and say “Zed”.

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