Memories of 7-7-07


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  1. William of the Old says:

    Ahhhhh————is right! Looks like a case to me. Might be nice to have while riding out the impeding snow storm.

  2. Peter Esser says:

    Instead of. Not “while” …

  3. Cory says:

    Do you know when they’ll ship out the “follow-up” champagne?

  4. Peter Esser says:

    (Arrrgl. I should better improve my English. Anyway, \”Santé\”, Father!)

  5. Thomas says:

    I recognize that bottle as one given to me by neighbors for my graduation from BC in 2004. The bottle magically disappeared from the fridge shortly thereafter. Probably regifted by someone it didn’t belong to in the first place.

    Oh, well.

  6. Thomas: Sometimes the fate of widows.

  7. mcitl says:

    For those of us born on 7-7: the perfect birthday and SP the perfect gift.

  8. james weber says:

    Dear Father,

    Could you publish some thought on the 1) sins of lying -which causes destruction in another’s life
    2)the sins of slander-detraction-etc–which harms another’s reputation
    3) what does the Church teach about these matters
    4) if a person who has committed these sins wants to confess and receive absolution what does he need to do make restitution to the harm he has caused the other person

    I know of two people who read this site religiously–maybe you could provide the means which they could respond to the grace of conversion and restore the brokeness in their lives.

    God bless you,

    james weber

  9. mcitl: A doubly felicitous day!

  10. james weber: Here? Of course not! Not the topic, right?

  11. Matt says:

    triple sevens, the church wins the jackpot

  12. james weber says:

    two souls are in danger they read this column –maybe you word will be that nudge for them to become whole again–you arte the instrument of God

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