Fr. Z’s Voice Mail: Message from a Ham, follow up to Catholic Psychiatrist info

I have been able to review… rehear?… my recent voicemail.  Among the various (no doubt well-meaning) messages concerning how I ought to live, how I ought to think, and how I ought to change pretty much everything I have ever been, said, done, or thought, there was this one, which I found energizing.

I always try to anonymize your messages.  This is from a fellow Ham Radio operator, which explains in part the reference to St. Maximilian Kolbe, who was also a Ham.

I really need to get back on the air.   FRUSTRATION.

Also, the last time I posted about Voice Mail, HERE, I mentioned that I had been contacted by a traditional Catholic psychiatrist who is willing to help out any priest who may be getting jammed up by his bishop or superior with a mind to force him into some kind of clinic for “evaluation” and “treatment”. This came on the heels of my post: HERE and HERE and HERE.  As it turns out, this produced a contact and a passing along of information.  Please, Lord, it may do some good or… even better… that it not be needed.

Wanna leave me voice mail?  You have three options:


 020 8133 4535


Since I pay a fee for the two phone numbers, USA and UK, I am glad when they get some use.

TIPS for leaving voice mail.

  1. Don’t shout.  If you shout, your voice will be distorted and I won’t be able to understand you.
  2. Don’t whisper.  C’mon.  If you have to whisper, maybe you should be calling the police, instead.
  3. Come to your point right away.  That helps.
  4. I don’t call you back.  I do listen to every message.
  5. Say from the onset if I can use your message in a post.

Send snail mail to:
Fr. John Zuhlsdorf
733 Struck St.
PO BOX 44603
Madison, WI 53744-4603

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