Tuesday, April 12, 2016


FINDING TRUTH WHEREVER IT MAY BE FOUND:  "Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire."  St. Catherine of Sienna 

QUOTE II:  "Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful."  William Morris


The members of the St. Sebastian Bridge Flights gave a donation to the parish to have an icon of St. Sebastian commissioned for the 90th anniversary of the parish coming up in 2018.  Sr. Iliana of the Christ the Bridegroom Monastery is painting.  Find out more about the Monastery HERE.  Below is not from Sr. Iliana:

"Just a quick note to tell you that the first part of the icon is done and to share a picture with you. All the clay is dry and I was able to put the oil on today. When the oil begins to dry (either today or tomorrow) I'll put down sheets of gold. Everywhere you see solid brown will be gold. The little brown streaks on the board will be covered up later."

Sebastian went to a slumber party the other week when I was out of town and this is what happened.  This is the danger of the Internet.  This embarrassing picture will be out there forever.  

Mike sent in an article entitled, "Undoing a Wreckovation Is Possible."  See it HERE.

I don't remember who but someone suggested to post this video concerning "YouTube Heresies."  This first in the series is 8.5 minutes.


Anonymous said...

Did they order pizza and paint their nails at Sebastian's slumber party? Or make prank calls to the "Desperate and Dateless" radio show? ("Hi, my name is Lou Ann Poovey and I am looking for a handsome, wholesome Marine who sings well." Yes, channeling Gomer Pyle.)

In case you have never crashed a slumber party, Father, this is what happens. At least this, and more, is what happened at slumber parties when I was a teenaged girl 40 years ago.

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Sue from St. B

Anonymous said...

Not sure I get the slumber party comment. Oh well, anyway. I find it ironic that Fr. Barron is commenting on heresies since he is a famous promoter of universal salvation. Other than that, I typically like what he has to say and his delivery.

Anonymous said...

Sebastian does look rather embarrassed here. Haha!