My View For Awhile: Domum

Before heading to the airport, I dashed to church to say Mass.

Campo de’ Fiori as the stands are being set up.

After Mass, again it’s a pleasure to see the altars being used.  They are not, after all, just decorations or left overs.

Waiting for my ride I had to have a little pizza bianca and mortadella.

I could have used a couple more days to do what I needed to get done but… I have to return in January.  Beh.


And now…

The priority check in process went like lightning until I got to the Fast Track security part. It was completely absurd.  As the regular X-ray lines went smoothly and quickly it took 20 minutes to do 4 people.  It was rather like that last time too.   Note to self: Go to the regular X-ray line at Terminal 5. Sheesh.


Back in these USA, in Atlanta, I opted for a Burger a Boardwalk in Concourse A.

Next flight soon.

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  1. nzcatholic says:

    Was in Rome mid August. Had mass at the fraternity church feast of the assumption. No altar servers, no choir , Church needs to be water blasted rather sad

  2. baileymxd says:

    The security guys took a look at your cassock and smelled trouble. :P

    May the holy angels guide you and keep you safe.

  3. steve51b31 says:

    Terminal 5 is faster…

  4. SKAY says:

    Have a safe trip home, Father.

  5. Anthony says:

    Mortadella con pistacchio!!!!

  6. Mary Jane says:

    Thank you for all of your photos, Fr Z. They bring back great memories of my own two trips to Rome.

  7. SophiaGrace says:

    Welcome home, Father.

  8. DonL says:

    Campo de’ Fiori

    That perfectly timed pic is so like a great painting found in the world’s finest museums. Any impressionist would love to paint it.

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