Tuesday, April 13, 2010


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "We're not hear to preach to the choir. We're here to get the choir to preach to others." Fr. Joseph Fortuna

QUOTE II: "[T]hroughout our life, the worst weaknesses and meanesses are usually committed for the sake of the people we most dislike." from Chas. Dickens' "Great Expectations"


A friend stopped in to see me today who said a site posted here a while back was of great service. It is an aid to those trying like the dickens to drop some addictive behavior from drinking to porn to cutting oneself etc. It reportedly worked wonders with the caution that it is obviously a Protestant site so a couple of the lessons need to be read and modified. It is called, "Setting Captives Free" and you can find it here.

Fr. P sent this interesting article in that defends those who don't sing at Mass. Don't read it though. Even if true - I would still like you to sing.

The Diocese of Cleveland Enewsletter reports, "Jim McIntyre, host of the program "Cleveland Connection"
heard on Cleveland radio station Soft Rock 102.1 FM WDOK recently recently interviewed The Most Reverend Richard G. Lennon, Bishop, Diocese of Cleveland." To listen to the interview go here.

There was an editorial in today's Beacon Journal stating that the fire and smoke over Pope Benedict is largely smoke. Holy/Easter Week must be over . . .

Need the Bible on line? Here is the NAB including a NAB podcast.

Here's a good song/video. 3 and a half minutes.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Fr Joe Fortuna...what a great liturgist and wise man!