Friday, January 25, 2008

SUNDAY VIDEO ON TAP XLIX

Upon this Rock I will build my Church!

If that was a bit much for you, this will repair the damage!


IN OTHER NEWS:

Jay announces that Catholic Carnival 156 is up and running!

This week is Catholic Schools Week. Please pray for the future of Catholic education in the United States as well as that they might be truly Catholic.

This tag made it over from Uncle Jim at A Second Chance:

Rules:1. Pick up the nearest book (of at least 123 pages). 2. Open the book to page 123. 3. Find the fifth sentence. 4. Post the next three sentences. 5. Tag five people.(Though I am going to cheat and say tag yourself as he did.)

I am so thankful that I was close to a decent book! This is from Thomas Dubay's book, "Fire Within".

From page 123 beginning with the third sentence: "If the reader recoils at the thought of much solitude and at the unappealing prospects of fitting it into a crowded schedule, St. Theresa is an understanding mentor. She adverts to our needing to learn to like and appreciate being alone with God, and she is mindful that we need to get used to it, that it does not come easily at the outset. Determination is therefore in order to see to it that first things do come first, that we are prepared to provide the suitable time and place for growth to happen."

4 comments:

Rob said...

Speaking of Catholic schools, please all pray for me. The school I left last year, St. Joseph Catholic Montessori, is making hare-brained, shoe-string plans (the kind I love!) to start a middle school and they want me to head it up. Here we go again...

Adrienne said...

Like your book quote. Something else to copy and put in my journal.

Speaking as a drummer, the first video had a very nice drum line for about the first minute. The rest of it made me nauseous.

I'll pray that the Catholic schools start teaching the faith - what a concept!

uncle jim said...

have i got a treat for you on this coming tuesday on my blog - check in and check it out - coming tuesday

Jeffrey Smith said...

The music in the first video was jarring, but you have to admit it got the point across.