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8 Responses to Your Good News

  1. Adaquano says:

    A good friend of mine texted and told me his dad is cancer-free after they were concerned by a spot on his lung.

  2. Discerning Altar Boy says:

    My application to the seminary will be complete in ~two weeks, at which time I will graduate from high school.

  3. jazzclass says:

    Hillary is still not the president.

  4. Mary Ann says:

    Our daughter safely delivered our second granddaughter this morning. She is named Zoe, meaning life!

  5. Hans says:

    I have now assisted as a deacon at a Mass (OF) ad orientem. It takes some getting used to, so one of the priests of the monastery where I’m on retreat kindly helped me along the way. It has a way of focusing attention on what’s happening.

    This makes my second Mass ad orientem since “the change”, the other having been in a side chapel at the cathedral in Urbino in Italian.

    [Altar by altar!]

  6. sibnao says:

    We were able to pay the first part of our property tax on time, praise God. And even better, we were able to buy a new mattress to replace the foam abomination we had been suffering for the last two years.

  7. The Latin Mass Society of Central NJ (to serve Catholics in the Diocese of Metuchen, NJ) will be having its inaugural Solemn High Mass on the Feast of Corpus Christi next June! As someone who grew up in Metuchen, but commuted to other Dioceses to attend the TLM, this is exciting, and I am doing my best to support this, even though I just recently moved out.

  8. Discipula says:

    My friend’s daughter got married May 13th in a TLM Solemn High Mass – with all the bells and smells, sans organ unfortunately which decided to die dramatically just before Father processed in (I have it on video too). One of the daughter’s friends is a very impressive soloist who had decided to sing Laudate Dominum without organ accompaniment. You can see the video on YouTube here

    https://youtu.be/b5RRpyL1Ujk

    All of the music that day was impressive. The Mass itself was glorious. The bride and groom stole the hearts of everyone present. What a day!

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