Monday, April 20, 2009


It was a very nice weekend. The Carmelite meeting was quite uneventful. Unfortunately Sister Catherine is no longer with us. She has been transferred & we may have to think of moving somewhere else from now on. The library was closed so immediately after the meeting I went to Barnes & Noble at the Hub in Wilkes_Barre. I got a copy of Woody Allen's "Vicky Christina Barcelona" & a book by a famous cardinal. Yesterday was Divine Mercy Sunday so the churches were all very busy all over the world. Uncle Frankie showed up a few times over the course of the weekend. I lectored at 5:00 Mass on Saturday. In the Citizen's Voice on Saturday I noticed that some black guy had been picked up in Amityville, N.Y. for having committed murder in Plains a while ago. Last night's Holy Name Society meeting went as well as usual. Nothing distinctive happened. Unfortunately today is the tenth anniversary of the Columbine Massacre. It was primarily an attack on Christians, a symptom of the main obsessive priority of our times. The weather absolutely stinks to day. So far it's been very cold & raining although it's been very nice lately.

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