Site Meter

He loves and she loves

Just Causes

Password required

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

« George W. Bush, our first Catholic president? | Main | "To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak" »

April 16, 2008

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://www.typepad.com/services/trackback/6a00d834518c7969e200e551ee7c5d8834

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Mugged by Pope Benedict XVI:

» Friday Ark #187 from Modulator
We'll post links to sites that have Friday (plus or minus a few days) photos of their chosen animals (photoshops at our discretion and humans only in supporting roles). Watch the Exception category for rocks, beer, coffee cups, and....? Visit all the b... [Read More]

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

What a great ceremony on the White House lawn! The crowd spontaneously singing "Happy Birthday" to the Pope... President Bush tapping his toe to the drum and fife corps... the gorgeous singing of the Battle Hymn of the Republic and the Our Father. We get too little of this kind of pageantry.

I saw Archbishop Sean O'Malley in the crowd and local imam Talal Eid too.

Love the Pope's wave to the crowd, he puts his hands up and wiggles his fingers. The EWTN correspondent likened it to playing the piano in the air.

Amazing DAY !

And yet I see those who are dedicated to the Liberal Democrat Denial, trying to diminish the experience.

They cannot help themselves.

When you consider who they promote, like the unethical Clintons, vs. who they oppose, it is really quite telling.

Sissy - you don't think you might be developing a slight fixation with the Pope by any chance?

James: You could be right, although I prefer my sister's analysis:

May I suggest, your prolific output is Divinely Inspired, as was Handel's composing The Messiah in 68 minutes. :-)

i captured some portion on video of POPE BENEDICT's speech...

if you wish to see:

POPE BENEDICT SPEECH LINK

Sissy - it's difficult to describe the atmosphere in this town since 4 p.m. on Tuesday. Aside from a few non-Catholics who seemed to feel compelled to tell me how the Catholic Church ought to change its doctrine to suit them (I assured them that it was absolutely unlikely to happen in our lifetimes), traffic seems to be better despite the tourists and the road closures, and people are acting nicer too.

The comments to this entry are closed.

The Cold Turkey Cookbook

Kudos

Blog powered by Typepad