Monday, March 07, 2011

Breaking News! Fr. Z is having "Monday Supper"


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Instead of the regular Sunday Supper thing.  Father is hosting Monday Supper - with his literary club!  What if he finds out what the hostess in this video did?  Holy....
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***Disclaimer:  No harm to priests or Catholics was intended by this post.  The intention of this post was to send hits to Fr. Z and encourage people to vote for him rather than that loving-hands-at-home-tacky-craft blog.  Furthermore, the characters featured in the video, Book Club Pizza Party are fictitious and bear no resemblance to female Catholic authors and/or readers of Catholic Romance novels.  

10 comments:

  1. Anonymous5:45 PM

    lol @ the disclaimer

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  2. You are one of the funniest people in Catholic blogosphere!

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  3. i refuse to praise you ;)

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  4. Monday Night Supper Club for me too...it is snowing like crazy so I am ditching my regularly scheduled MW class on Digital Signal Processing...

    Meal not so elegant...steak quesadillas with homemade salsa, whole wheat toast, steamed veggies, chopped fruit for dessert..and the literary reading is a couple of chapters out of my textbook....the wine will have to wait until after the reading is complete :)

    Sigh--then to think about tackling the snow...looks like have to get up an extra hour or so early in the am..

    Sara

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  5. Sara - that snow is coming here! I love steak quesadillas!

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  6. +JMJ+

    "Catholic Romance" novels? What???

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  7. Terry - you should write a Catholic Romance novel. No priests, of course.

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  8. +JMJ+

    Seriously now, there is no such thing as "Catholic Romance" (until, of course, the moment Terry publishes his groundbreaking novel). All "Christian Romance" is written for Protestant readers who are especially concerned with "clean" reads. Catholics, on the other hand, are perfectly content reading the same secular smut everyone else does. (And why should this be a surprise?)

    Which is to say: good luck finding a market for your book, Terry!

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