I very much enjoy most of the voice mail I receive through my US and UK phone numbers and directly through Skype.
First, to the lady in Cleveland who wants me to write something that she can “un-apologetically rip off” for a speech she has to give.
Next, don’t let anyone tell you that memorizing prayers, even long ones, is too hard for children.
This, by the way, hits 11 on the 1-10 Cute Scale.
Now THAT was a treat.
And if any of you Latin Church types are wondering why a 3 year-old is receiving Holy Communion, keep in mind that in the Eastern Churches infants are given Confirmation and Eucharist along with Baptism.
I have given very little Eastern Church children Communion a few times which, as a Latin priest is a little strange for me, but… hey! We “breathe with both lungs”!
Please leave me voice mail. I don’t call back, but I listen to it. You have three options:
020 8133 4535
TIPS for leaving voice mail.
- Don’t shout! If you shout, your voice will be distorted and I won’t be able to understand you.
- Come to your point right away.
- Let me know at the onset if I can use it on the blog. I may be able to anonymize it a little by editing if need be.