My view for a while

With regret, leaving Boston.


It was a great trip. Thanks to everyone, especially my kind host at Harvard.

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  1. Supertradmum says:

    Bless you. Do you LIKE to fly?

  2. Not much. No. Some people think this is cool or glamorous. HA!

  3. Andrew says:

    LOVE to fly. The other day I jumped out from the third story window and I flew with great delight. The only problem is that I usually land very hard.

  4. Phil_NL says:

    Frankly, the flying itself isn’t the real problem. The cramped conditions (it’s really more like cattle transport sometimes, only difference is that with cattle, each transportee is entitled to a certain amount of room) and hassle around it (security, transportation to and from the airport) are.

    Have a safe and not-too-uncomfortable trip, father.

  5. Supertradmum says:

    I hate flying. I would rather be in a boat. But, I assume there are no longer any flat-boats or paddle-wheels to take you where you want to go, Fr. Z.

  6. Darren says:

    Is that the new book by Russell Shaw? I just got my copy…

    I start a new job this week that will have a fair amount of flying. I look forward to the destination but not all the airport joy!

  7. Fr. Thomas Kocik says:

    Great to have met you, Father. Keep up the good work!

  8. Jack Regan says:

    In my experience, flying is a day spent sitting around with two very exciting points (take off and landing) that are over very quickly!!

  9. Andrew Rota says:

    Father, we loved having you in Boston! Thank you for visiting and we hope come back soon!

  10. mamajen says:

    I saw some photos and video from Juventutem on Facebook. Goodness. If I had a TLM that beautiful in my area, I would go all the time! Finally got a little taste of why people are so dedicated to that mass. The TLM I attended several years ago wasn’t close. We don’t have the resources in our area. Hopefully the TLM will continue to be embraced and grow so that we can all enjoy it.

  11. gracie says:

    You should send that picture into the National Geographic & title it, “Rare sighting of an empty seat”.

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