Friday, November 20, 2009
One second thought, think I'll skip the second collection
A Catholic Mom in Hawaii has a good post about the upcoming Second Collection this Sunday for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD).
I'll be skipping it, but I'm still a little miffed that my diocese is still collecting for this organization. If I was in Baltimore, or maybe Los Angeles, it wouldn't surprise me. But Harrisburg? Sheesh.
They should change the name to the Catholic Campaign for Human Destruction. A little truth in advertising, maybe?
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Posted by Paul Nichols at 12:23 PM 9 comments:
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Obama and the American Soldier - 2009
Posted by Paul Nichols at 12:05 PM 9 comments:
Labels: Afghanistan, Obama, the Soldiers
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Holy Water Dispenser in the Age of Swine Flu
The Curt Jester has a post about someone apparently trying to come up with an automatic holy water font, to prevent people from pickup the creeping crud when dipping into the holy water. We could use a misting tent, like they do at summer picnics, or a good ol' water hose. Why not make it fun, and use a soda water dispenser like in those old Warner Brothers cartoons?
Posted by Paul Nichols at 9:50 AM 8 comments:
Labels: Cold Season, Holy Water, Swine Flu
Monday, November 9, 2009
It's that time of year again. Despite the down economy, businesses are still sending out Christmas cards, thanks be to God. Of course, at some places they call them "Holiday Cards", but at Trade Greetings, Inc., it's Company Policy to call them what they are - CHRISTMAS CARDS.
Now, I understand that for some, political correctness is a way of life. I don't agree with it, but I understand it. As for me and my little company, it's Christmas. No other "holiday" even qualifies. I make Christmas Cards for companies to send out Christmas salutations during the Christmas Season.
I'll return in a month or so, and until then, I wish you all an early Happy Thanksgiving!
Posted by Paul Nichols at 12:26 PM 1 comment:
Labels: Christmas, Trade Greetings Inc.
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