Happy All Saints Day! This morning we prayed Divine Office Morning Prayer for All Saints Day, talked about why we celebrate the Feast of All Saints, using the second reading for today’s Office of Readings, and then touched on what veneration of the saints is, and isn’t. The video opens with a little music; it gives people a little time to join in before I begin the cast, and gives me a chance to wrap up a few things before starting. Podcast starts just before 4:00. Finally, stay tuned to see why Mr. Kermit, sacrificial spouse that he is, will be numbered among all the saints in glory.
Top box is the FB video, which has better audio. Second is the YouTube feed. I may start making YouTube the primary feed, which means that the better audio will be there, and not on Facebook. Just a heads up. I tried downloading the FB video and putting it into iMovie but it’s just not happening–half of the audio doesn’t transfer over and I have no time to figure that issue out! Sorry! So anyways, if you click on “watch on Facebook” (which I recommend–better feed) and it doesn’t work, you have the YouTube feed to watch.
So I’m going over an English assignment for my nine year old son and notice he has a misspelled word in his sentence: “famliy.” I corrected his… Read more “Blown Away”
Seen on the Facebook site of Pater Jefferey Keyes. He said if you still see the priest, there isn’t enough incense. Can you see the priest–and the Eternal High Priest?
The 19 y.o. has requested honey. Anything but raw honey hurts her throat, and I prefer raw honey. Costco sells two brands: Kirkland Signature and Nature Nate’s.… Read more “Shopping With Kermit”
Sure, KnitPicks. I’ll get right on making those eleven pairs of frost slippers! They’ll be ready for Christmas 2025!
Is there anything more exciting than finding the Thanksgiving issue of food network magazine in your mailbox? Yes. I know there is, but for a few moments we will pretend there isn’t. It’s always a good day when food network magazine arrives! One day I will tell you what I do with my several years’ worth collection of food magazines.
She breezed into the studio and said, “Hold you! Hold you!” How could I not?