+JMJ+ I hope you’ve had a happy and blessed Pentecost Sunday. I don’t know if you’ve subscribed to Brant Pitre’s series of video lessons, Mass Readings Explained, but if you haven’t, here’s a link to the free section of this year’s Pentecost episode. Pitre is right up there with Scott Hahn, I enjoy reading and watching and listening to both of them.
Thanks for visiting the blog. I hope this Easter season has been a time of healing and renewal for you, and an opportunity for transformation in Christ, and that the Holy Spirit has poured out grace and graces upon you so that you become what you were truly meant to be: a SAINT! May the Lord bless and keep you and yours, and may His peace be always with you. Amen! +JMJ+
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PS: The Story of Salvation series will begin again soon, and the experiment with posting a rough (and I do mean ROUGH) draft as I write it will continue, too. It’s called A Journey. I’m going to open a new section on the blog for fiction. (What’s that, Miss Lucy Dawg? It’s a fiction that I can write fiction? Grrrr. Everybody–and their dawgs–are critics these days.) Several, okay, many things will change in the next version of the–whatever it is. If you’ve been following the saga, thanks, and, well, bless you, you’re a brave one, aren’t you? What’s that? You’ve been printing it out? Oh, my! What’s that? You’ve been lining the litter box with it? Oh, uh, well, er, carry on then! Ouch. ;) Currently the links to the story are on the Catholic Book of the Month TOC, scroll down to May 2021.