Thursday, January 24, 2008

Lunch at CRS Southeast office

Since we are both Global Fellows, Deacon Bill and I were invited to share some thoughts with the staff at the CRS regional office here in Atlanta. Executive Vice-President of US Operations Joan Neal was present for a lively discussion on the work of CRS in our world and our region. Here are some photos from the lunch. I love oranges.

March for Life Photos

If you are interested, you can check out these galleries I have made to show the photos I took on the OLM trip to the March For Life. I had a great time withe the students. If they are the future, it appears we are in good hands, the students were great. Enjoy the photos.

MfL Traveling

MfL Arlington

MfL Mass and Prayer Vigil

MfL Youth Mass

MfL March

MfL Regret
Look in the above gallery for the photos of the Rainbow I spoke about.
MfL Homebound

Wednesday, January 23, 2008

I am sure you have seen it

This is loads of fun and I am sure you have seen it, but I just had to post it. I will put stuff up in a bit from the March for Life. Enjoy

Snow storm

I got this link of pictures of the Parish after the snow fell. They are courtesy of Deacon Gayle and his wife Sally. Enjoy

New Parking Spot

Have you seen my new parking space yet??? Well it is pretty sweet. Sweet indeed. I bought it for all three Masses at this years Fun at the Falcon. So when you see my crummy cat there you know, that is my little piece of heaven (the car is).

Oh and if anyone ask you can tell them: 1. Yes he paid for that spot & 2. If they want it next year you can bid on it. Peace

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

God maintains his covenant

I know you can't see it in this photo (I will post more later). We are at the "Silent No More" rally after the March for Life. We are listening to women who have had abortions...and regret it. As we stand here on a cold cloudy day in front of the Supreme Court and the sun just came out and cast a rainbow across the sky...He maintains his covenant still today, this moment...NOW. Peace

March for life is on the move. Pray with and for us. The weather report: many are cold, few are frozen

Mark Starr

Look who we is our own seminarian Mark Starr. He seems to be in fine health and form. He sends his best to all the parish family

Monday, January 21, 2008

Mass for Life

I am at the Shrine for Mass and there is no place to sit...wall to wall people! Pray for us.

Made it to DC

I am with the kids from OLM in DC for the annual March for Life. After getting off the plane we came to Arlington National Cemetary, this photo is from the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Pray for us, and the world...pray for His Peace