Sunday, September 16, 2007

TUESDAY QUOTE OF THE WEEK XXXI

FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND: "When it does not pay to be a priest; that's when it means the most." Fr. Gene Fulton


QUOTE II: "If you have to ask someone if he'll love you tomorrow, then he doesn't love you tonight." Dawn Eden. (Somebody really needs to write a country western song with this as the title.)


IN OTHER NEWS:


B. sends this in and it is my pleasure to post it for those of you in the Cleveland area who would be interested. Dr. Andrew Trew, professor of bioethics at St. Mary Seminary and John Carroll University will be speaking on Faith Based Bioethics at local parishes. Reservations are required though there is no charge. Call (440)- 724-1468 for more information.
OCTOBER 7th - Celebrating the Gospel of Life at Saint Joan of Arc 7:00

OCTOBER 14th - This is My Body at Saint Joan of Arc 7:00

OCTOBER 21st - Living Life to the End at Holy Angels 7:00



M. sends this in: "Dear Choral Friends, Here is some more from Rome regarding the Pope's love of great music. Finally, hope for restoring musical dignity to the Mass. It is a long read but worth your time. Some of the key points are at the end of the article. Keep Chanting in Latin! Make the Pope happy.

I found this little ditty over at Salve Regina and thought it pretty cool. I am willing to negotiate!





My blog is worth $26,533.38.
How much is your blog worth?




Actually, if someone would be so kind as to explain to me what Technorati is, that would be nice.


Finally, Fr. Kyle has a "Week in the Life of a Vocations Director" if you are looking for a read. I know I appreciate that my classmate is vocations director for this diocese because I hate driving and most of his day seems to be driving around the diocese meeting with prospective candidates and going to meetings. God bless you guys!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Regarding Technorati -

Technorati is the recognized authority on what's happening on the World Live Web, right now. The Live Web is the dynamic and always-updating portion of the Web. We search, surface, and organize blogs and the other forms of independent, user-generated content (photos, videos, voting, etc.) increasingly referred to as “citizen media.”

On the World Live Web, bloggers frequently link to and comment on other blogs, creating the type of immediate connection one would have in a conversation. Technorati tracks these links, and thus the relative relevance of blogs, photos, videos etc. We rapidly index tens of thousands of updates every hour, and so we monitor these live communities and the conversations they foster.

Think of it like a phone book (or 'who's who') for blogs. It tells you what blogs are talking about what topics. You can search by topic & view the blogs regarding that specific topic.

Lillian Marie

Father Kyle said...

Thanks for the plug!

Even tho it is often a crazy life heading in many different directions at once, I wouldn't trade it.

Adoro te Devote said...

When I tried it, I found out my blog is worthless. Literally. Not even pennies.

That makes me sad...

* sigh *

How am I going to pay for school if I can't even sell my blog? What is this world coming to?

Fr. V said...

Adoro - I'm laughing so hard I can barly tupe!!!

Compose -

Lillian! Thanks! Wow! Now, would someone at St. Clare volunteer to help me figure out how to use it?

Fr. Kyle - My pleasure!

Anonymous said...

LOL - ok, ok....that sounds like a direct request, eh?

email me - I've got adoration every Wed. & would gladly assist before or after.

LM