Today we had a sunrise at. It was at 7:37. I think we will have a sunset at 18:11, but who knows? The Ave Maria should ring: 18:30. It is a dies non so priests can choose Votive Masses, particularly a Mass of Our Lady on Saturday. However, in the Martyrology it says: At Jerusalem, the birthday of blessed Narcissus, a bishop distinguished for holiness, patience and faith, who went to the kingdom of God at the age of one hundred and sixteen years.
My days are shortening in Rome in more way than one.
Today, the annual procession to St. Peter’s Basilica for Mass at the Altar of the Chair… or where the Altar of the Chair used to be. That’s a story.
Yesterday evening, The Great Roman™ and I met up for steaks and great conversation. That was a great birthday present in itself. And I thank all of you who sent greetings for my birthday. Not in the sense of St. Narcissus of Jerusalem, of course.
A shot from the Pontifical Vespers last night at the Pantheon, St. Mary of the Martyrs.
A well known oak.
I have a hard time expressing in words what I think about this.
Moving on… BLACK to move. You should see this one pretty quickly, but you have to be precise.
Thanksgiving isn’t far.
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