Mystic Monk Monthly Memo

The present Coffee of the Month offered by the Wyoming Carmelites is perfect for those of you who desire triumphalistic liturgy.

Isn’t it time to refresh your coffee supply?

(That’s a trick question.  The answer is YES!)

And for you liberals out there… it’s organic and “fair trade” coffee!

They have TEA.  They have K-Cups, delightfully called Monk Shots.  You readers have given them good reviews.

You can subscribe to their coffee.

And just because this has to do with Mexico and things Catholic, have you seen…

 

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6 Responses to Mystic Monk Monthly Memo

  1. wmeyer says:

    Saw the movie; it was excellent. It is also a great lesson in what happens when tyranny breaks out, as it is doing here and now.

  2. Father G says:

    Quite appropriate since we celebrate on May 21st the memorial of Saint Cristobal Magallanes and Companion Martyrs of Mexico. ¡Viva Cristo Rey!

  3. Bea says:

    Great movie. Loved it. Some characters were blended into one but basically stuck to history.

    There’s one out too: Father Pro (Pbro. Miguel Agustin Pro/Ignatius Press) Another great movie.

    also,Tomorrow is Cinco de Mayo.
    Another Mexican Holiday.
    Another Independence day for Mexico. (secular holiday).

  4. Maltese says:

    I’ve met great Mexicans; at least we don’t have Islamist radicals invading our borders. I prefer Peruvian coffee myself, however!

  5. Maltese says:

    But the best coffee on earth, of course, is from the Blue Mountain region of Jamaica!

  6. JARay says:

    Living in Australia, as I do, I cannot buy your Mystic Monk coffee. If I tried to import it, it would probably be confiscated by our Customs people. We have very strict controls on the importation of foodstufs and I must say that I am completely in favour of these controls. They keep out many undesireable diseases which could attack our plants.
    I do own the movie “For Greater Glory” and I have passed it around friends of mine. I find it very inspiring.