A friend sent this. A funny way to make a good point.
I try not to use businesses which post these signs and I hope you don’t either.
On that note, after Mass on Sunday a couple guys from the parish offered to take me to the range to stop some evil, nefarious paper.
One of the guys had a Smith Wesson .50 caliber revolver!
It was like shooting a small canon… no, that’s not quite right… a small cannon.
On the back of the hat it says, “Verum, Bonum, Pulchrum”. Yes, this is the hat of Wyoming Catholic College, where your students can’t have mobile phones, but they can have guns.
I shot well on Sunday. Here is 15′, 25′, and 30′. This was using a Sig P228 in 9mm, fairly quickly. I put 5 rounds in each mag and then did a mag change at each distance. At 30′ a few got away from me.
And while I am thinking of it, do you have this CD yet?
Last year the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, in Missouri, released a great music CD of music for Advent.
It is still available!
There are zillions of Christmas music offerings out there. Advent? Not so much.
This disk can help you keep Advent as Advent.
Here are a few little samples.
The sisters, the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, were named Billboard magazine’s Classical Traditional Artist 2012 and 2013. It’s the first order of nuns to ever win an award in the history of Billboard magazine. The Sisters were recognized for their two bestselling albums, ANGELS AND SAINTS AT EPHESUS, which spent 13 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Classical Traditional Music chart, and ADVENT AT EPHESUS, which spent six consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the same chart. According to a recent press release, they bested a group of popular classical music artists to secure the award, including Andrea Bocelli and Sarah Brightman.
And former-Father Greg Reynolds is still excommunicated.