Once upon a time in a village there lived a priest. Many nights he could be seen walking down the road through the village. A drunk in the village square saw him and thought, "There goes that hypocritical priest, out to the bar to drink." A gambler saw him and thought, "Aha, the priest is … Continue reading Assumptions
Month: October 2011
Make your own Cadbury Creme Eggs
I have not done this yet, but oh-my-goodness-it-looks-so-good. Click here for full instructions (with photos!) to make your own Cadbury Creme Eggs.
I’d say that’s a clear majority…
(click to enlarge) (Apparently the actual fraction was supposed to be "three quarters".)
Thanks to John at Ad Orientem for this one: Muslims say Crosses at Catholic University Violate Human Rights The Washington, D.C. Office of Human Rights confirmed that it is investigating allegations that Catholic University violated the human rights of Muslim students by not allowing them to form a Muslim student group and by not providing … Continue reading Total Malarkey
Blanket of "Homespun" yarn
I finished weaving in all the ends so the Homespun Blanket is done. Very cozy. Sadly, the baby will be born in JUNE, not midwinter so I may have to look around for another use...
Now is the winter of our discontent…
Richard III is such a delicious play. And I must say Lawrence Olivier made such a nasty Richard. (: Here he is in the famous "Now is the winter of our discontent" speech. [Note: if you simply hate Shakespeare, just look away while I scream, then page down a little farther for the imaginative interpretation … Continue reading Now is the winter of our discontent…
Now this looks much better, doesn't it? Hope to see you at the Greek Festival tomorrow!
Lion Brand Yarn "Homespun" being turned into a blanket... Rather ugly looking cookies about to be turned into delicious finikia/melomakarona... Our beloved St. Nektarios, on the wall by my bed... And not least of all, the love and prayers of so many of you...
Culture of Life vs. Culture of Death
Not exactly what I had planned to post about today, but this was such a good article. I must have missed the story when it first came out (Sept. 28th) but of course I remembered this child from earlier news reports. Joseph, 20 months old, had a terminal, progressive neurological condition. His family in Canada … Continue reading Culture of Life vs. Culture of Death
Today is the commemoration of the glorification of St. Innocent. What a lovely patron my son has... (Go here to read life of St. Innocent) Troparion:You evangelized the northern people of America and Asia,Proclaiming the Gospel of Christ to the natives in their own tongues.O holy hierarch Father Innocent,Enlightener of Alaska and all … Continue reading St. Innocent