Daily Archives: 19 July 2015

My View For Awhile & NYC – Day 4: Hot and Sticky Edition

When I headed out for parts north today it was about 95° and really humid.  Add to that black clothing (aka solar panels) It was just about then that a priest friend sent me a photo of himself in his … Read More

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NYC – Day 3: 9/11 Memorial

Down the island I went to meet friends for lunch at a favorite place: Veselka. My view for awhile.   I was rewarded with cold borscht.  That’s chopped dill. Ruben. The staff wear shirt with festive beets! Then it’s Uber … Read More

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Your Sunday Sermon Notes

Was there a good point made during the sermon you heard for your Mass of Obligation this Sunday? Let us know!


D. Baton Rouge: Man in same-sex “marriage” denied Communion at funeral

In The Advocate (a homosexual publication) [As it turns out, no.  This is a local paper with the same name as the homosexual publication.  But it shouldn’t surprise us to see this paper carrying their water.] there is an article which … Read More

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