Tuesday, 4 August 2009

Spiritual Mothers of Priests: Global witness Report 2 and some important additions to sidebar

We now have known representation in the following continents:

Africa (South Africa)
Europe (England, France, Italy and Spain)
North America (Canada and USA) Michigan is now on the States list

Please do your best to help find spiritual mothers in Asia and South America.

Thank you for all the information you have sent in. I'm composing a full report based on this and will publish (with his help) in the evening of St. John Vianney's feast day.

New additions to sidebar:

At the very top: a marvellous piece by Fr Mark on St. John Vianney. He doesn't say as much but I think he may have preached it at last night's Triduum I. I was following spiritually at the time and benefited enormously from reading it aloud after the first hymn. Glad I found the music. That too was enormously helpful.

Homeschool Goodies author Evann has really great pages of Links for the Year of the Priest. At present the link to his site on the sidebar here does not lead direct to these pages. I'll try to put that right tomorrow.

In the bloglist there are two new entries, one in Australia and another in Italy. I'D BE MOST GRATEFUL IF THE AUTHORS OF THESE TWO BLOGS WOULD CONTACT ME ASAP AT probenoit16@live.com

At the Angelus from Castel Gandolfo yesterday our dear Holy Father was looking well and happy. He promised to devote the upcoming Wednesday General Audience to St. John Vianney.

This is to be a regular focus during the coming year. You should get it as usual on EWTN or if you are French/Italian speaking the French bishops sponsor kto tv. They carry live broadcasts of almost everything the Holy Father does. There are also easily accessed repeat videos in case you miss the original events, which is also great where time zone difference is involved. I'll put up links for your convenience as soon as time allows.

Speaking of time, must get ready for the second spiritual visit to Holy Family Cathedral in Tulsa.
Please pray for Fr. Mark who is preaching again this evening.

God bless all here.

In union of prayer,


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