I was going to write something today… Really I was. But about lunch time I had to go catch the post office before it closed to pay the gas bill, and when I got home it was just so lovely out – sunny, breezy, cool,
UPDATE January 26: That’s six. ~ Well, that was amazing. About 50 people responded since we started January 12th, and there have been a LOT of breviaries purchased and shipped by Baronius Press, plus a few previously-owned copies, sent to the monastery. So, well done
In the last week or so, I had a LOT of emails from people who wanted to know what’s up with the Breeves for Nuns project, and could they still help. Below is the group email I just sent out to everyone who contacted me.
Since I can’t seem to shake the journalist instinct, I’m going to have to start a new Thing on the blog: periodic news roundups, so I can get it out of my system in one go. What better day to start than the day we
“Vatican shakeup shows why journalists shouldn’t be corporate mouthpieces” I’d be all set to agree if Greg Burke hadn’t spent the last few years demonstrating that he was more than willing to shill and provide cover for a grossly corrupt regime, and antagonising or ignoring