Monthly Archives: October 2006

Old Calendar Halloweeners

Someday, should the Lord tarry and faith continue to wane, archeologists will discover ruins of churches, holy objects, hardware, cloths and chalices — and exclaim: “What a weird people! They consumed what appears to be wine, bread and a certain … Continue reading

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Immaculate [Mis]Conception

We love Mary so much we made her blonde!Don’t gasp, there is a tradition within the West of the Virgin Mary being honoured with blonde hair. (Pic to the left is of the altar at the Anglo-Catholic Parish of St … Continue reading

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On His 271st Birthday …

John Adams said, “In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress.” Source Heh heh. A most worthy read may … Continue reading

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The Beverly Hillbillies Bible Study

Thanks to my ol’ pal Roxanne I’ve just learned that, well, as the title of this posting indicates, there’s actually a … Beverly Hillbillies Bible Study! I had no idea that THIS existed when I posted this. Lord. (That’s LORD … Continue reading

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Crosses Become Crescents

DETROIT — As a child, Mary Ann Rice considered Our Lady Help of Christians Church a second home. A daughter of Polish immigrants, she attended its elementary school and worshipped there in Masses said in her native tongue. After 83 … Continue reading

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Name That Tune

Hello–how are youHave you been alright, through all those lonely nights,Thats what I’d say, I’d tell you everything,If you’d pick up that telephone. Can you guess it? Oh yes I am wiseBut it’s wisdom born of painYes, I’ve paid the … Continue reading

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Conrad & the Spider

Back in August, I posted the sudden passing of Mary Stolzenbach. Last night I was informed that her husband, Conrad, collapsed Monday after listening to a violin concert and, within minutes, was gone. His death followed Mary’s by 80 days. … Continue reading

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