ROMA – Day 1: Hitting the ground running

Here we are again.


I arrived in time for rush hour.

The flight was uneventful, which is how I like them.

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  1. Gratias says:

    Dear Father Z, thank you for keeping us informed of your adventures during the Populum Summorum Pontificum pilgrimage. Keep us posted to Keep the Faith.

    If some unknown comes to shake (or kiss) your hand at Cardinal Pell’s mass at Trinitá dei Pellegrini fear not, because it is probably just me. Will be on business in Rome, so may miss the first part of Cardinal Burke’s mass at the altar of the Chair at St. Peter’s but Mrs. Gratias will be there.

    Thank you for your service to our Church. Your apostolate makes a huge difference.

  2. Supertradmum says:

    Me too–the more boring the in-betweens the better. Have a great time. I would love to see Rome again.

    If you see the Pope, can you remind him of my now three letters?


  3. Royse87 says:

    I’m jealous, Father. Don’t forget to stop by Old Bridge for Gelato.

  4. Sid Cundiff in NC says:

    Enjoy the Eternal City, And don’t forget to take some time out enjoy Rome’s fine trattoria, including Armando al Pantheon and La Campana.

  5. Liz says:

    Prayers for the success of the pilgrimage with a little jealousy on the side! Have a good time!

  6. majuscule says:

    If you happen to see Msgr. Guido Marini please give him our best!

  7. NBW says:

    Have a wonderful time, Father! And please try to eat healthy ;)

  8. Looking forward to updates on this! Wishing you and the pilgrims safe travels and a fruitful time. How I wish I could have joined y’all. *sits in a corner pouting with jealousy*

  9. Mojoron says:

    I hope you have better internet in Rome than did I. I was never able to work on my blog while there, I finished it when I got home.

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