I suppose it’s only right that yours truly of Holy Souls Hermitage should be asked for advice about how to fix up a good hermitage. Judging from what seems to be mid-day shadows, his hermitage is already pointed ad orientem. So, that’s a great start.
This what my hermitage looked like when I started:
He’s called for suggestions about how he could improve his hermitage. Any ideas?
Also, have you encouraged vocations today?
Just thought I would repost this video. What he says is brilliant. A great teacher. Super-Catholic.
This repost is a bit of a chess move. You do like chess, don’t you?
Father Mark is the celebrant for the Funeral Mass for his mother at noon in St. Agnes Church. Interment in St. Joseph Cemetery, West Mifflin. Memorial contributions may be made to Vincentian Home, 111 Perrymont Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
I was the celebrant for the funeral of both my father and then my mother. Heart wrenching.
May the angels lead her into paradise!
And may the Lord bless you, Father Mark.
Saint Michael the Archangel…
I just find it interesting that the article I put up back in November 2012 detailing the complicity of the New York Times in the Holocaust back in the day — and with an attitude that I prove continues to this day — is daily since that time high up or even number one in the blog stats. The first paragraph:
The upshot of this article: Not only was The New York Times run by Holocaust denying Nazi sympathizers during and after World War II, but this is still the case today, with the particularly tragic edge of sarcasm and cynicism known only to those who defend their crimes against humanity. It is not too harsh to speak of sympathy with Hitler when the most powerful mass media instrument of the day downplayed and buried and, indeed, effectively denied that there was anything even like a Final Solution, as Hitler called his genocide. And that denial is, of course, a crime.
You can access the rest of that post on this blog, HERE.