Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Give it a whirl...

Jeffrey at Roving Medievalist has a very good post, suggesting bloggers occasionally write about their home parish - highlighting customs, people, etc. Indeed, it is a good way to share with others some positive things in the Church, taking place right where we live. I think it's a great idea.

Above, liturgical dance as it is done at my parish, this happens to be the line for Communion - active participation is not a problem here! (Just on Sundays though.)


  1. Best be careful, Terry. A good portion of the Catholic blogosphere may take you seriously and call for your pastor's head.

  2. The photos a little blurry but it looks like they are dressed modestly.

    Sorry, I was compelled to say that.

    I'd hate to see the Agnus Dei at this parish. They probably have a limbo contest instead of chest beating.

    You make me laugh, Tom. Now and always. :-)

    Now, do your Sally Field...

  3. The osteoporosis commercial?

  4. No, silly rabbit, the Oscar speech! You like really like me!

  5. I've moved onto the Boniva ad.

    "I have osteoporosis but I feel fine."


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