Terry, the prolific blogger (I've lost count of the number of blogs he has), has a wonderful post at his Abbey-Roads (he's an unrepentant Beatles fan) on his visit to the Cathedral of St. Paul on Christmas Day.
Take your family and friends over there this week.
Friday, December 26, 2008
Make a Christmas Pilgrimage, to St. Paul
Labels: St. Paul-Minneapolis Interest
Thanks Raul! I looked for you there, thinking you may have been in the crowd. merry Christmas!
Same to you, Terry
I was at the Midnight Mass there with my sister, brother and his family. I looked around for you or anybody else but nary a soul was in view.
I think a lot of people attend the vigil Masses in the afternoon of Christmas Eve so they can sleep in Christmas morning (if they don't have any young kids.
There were a lot of "protestants" at the Midnight Mass. You knew they were protestants because they didn't go to Communion. Of course, these days, all Catholics have been immaculately conceived.
Merry Christmas to you, Terry.
"all Catholics have been immaculately conceived"--LJ! Raul!
Raul Merry christmas to you.
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