Thursday, May 03, 2007

Spiritual and Temporal Power

"Let me make this perfectly clear. Those halberds are sharp. Any questions? No? Thank you very much. May God bless you, and have a nice day."

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9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yikes! I'll be backing away now. Slowly. Where am I going? To put on a hair shirt, to pray, to give alms to the poor. Whatever you say. You are the man, er, Pope. Stay cool. Amen.
:]

8:20 PM  
Anonymous tictack712 said...

You are a bit of an instigator, Fr. Gonzales!

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Instigator is far too mild a word!

Father Gonzales, you are the baking powder in the biscuit batter of life.

And while we are on the subject of biscuits, they are rather tasty with jam and a hot cup of coffee. And, they are heavenly with barbequed chicken, corn on the cob, salad...Need I bring up strawberry shortcake?

5:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

:]

5:07 AM  
Anonymous t>j> said...

Funny post!

7:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mmm...biscuits 'n gravy!

10:51 AM  
Anonymous pickled herring said...

Biscuits and gravy? Biscuits and honey! Delish! Biscuits in the morning, biscuits in the evening, biscuits at the parish festival!

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Halberds are scary. God Bless you, too. Now back away from the halberds.

8:34 AM  
Anonymous t>j> said...

A nice short piece in the lastest Time magazine about the Pope. The article is part of a larger story about the world's 100 most influential people.

I remember that editor Kathleen Moran had a story written about John Paul II's visit to the US. It ran in Palm Beach Life when she was the editor. She's in Rhode Island now working on a book. I think she went to Providence College.

Also, the Pawtucket Times ran an article in the Jan. 27, 1978 issue on the Latin Mass in Rhode Island.

3:12 PM  

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