I thought "Catholic priest" was an oxymoron. I'm glad it's not. Love the splash of summer blue here.
This pic makes me miss summer. So cute. Best, Li @HerDeepThoughtsPS Feel free to stop by my WW post!
Must be California..I never saw the pool, it's so much better than in my mind. Is the priest in the pool?
Yes- he's in the pool with the kids- Colleen- I think you meant 'married priest'- Click on some of the links to the far right for info
visions of summer fun...great shot.
Can I steal your Wordless Wednesday title?
yup- except I heard you had food poisoning over there- NOT time for fun!What- no comments on my last 2 posts? Were they that bad? This blog is making me insecure! :)
I think Boy is trying to be an elephant with that swim noodle
I think our pool days are over for a while.
I just found your blog through a post at Conversion Diary. I am glad to find it! I became Catholic 4 years ago, so there is much I don't know. Up until recently I had no idea there were different rites! Seriously, there is some lack in RCIA about educating us of all there is to know.Anyways, the Sunday after my husband and I's wedding, we went to Mass at a local Parish who was hosting a Byzantine Mass (not sure if that's the correct term, but it was a visiting Byzantine Priest). I had no idea what to expect (like I said, I really didn't know all the differences in the rites) but the Mass was lovely! Just looking forward to learning more!God bless!
Lovely. That picture could have been taken here in Texas. It was 89 today.
What am I chopped liver? I did comment, but I don't seem to count? Your blog is wonderful...it's for religious education that is actually correct. Go TRUTH.
Of course you aren't chopped liver! I was commenting on the lack of comments on the Bill Clinton and Down Syndrome posts. I thought the provocative title with Bill would attract readers (I am shameless, I know...)
nice.check mine :http://jidhu.blogspot.com/2010/10/wordless-wednesday-10.html
Yay! Take advantage of that pool!-Amy
This is a beautiful blog. I have seen your posts on Simcha's blog and others and just never thought to click over. As a teenager, we had a married priest who was raised Episcopalian and was a priest there before converting and petitioning to become a priest! He was a grandfather by the time we knew him and he was by far one of the best priests we had ever had. Someone who really knew first hand the struggles of a marriage and what it was like to be up all night with a colicky infant or waiting for a teenager to get home. I totally understand why the church does not allow priests to marry, but I see the joy of marriage in the priesthood as well. Blessings! Kristen @ St Monica's Bridge
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