Friday, August 20, 2010

"An easyspeak message falls into routine"



A good song about the licentiousness of the world. A song of lament that seems appropriate as our traditio for a late summer Friday. Since we begin Morning Prayer each Friday by reciting the Miserere , it seems appropriate to sing "Forgive us our trespasses, father and son." Besides, I am long overdue in putting up something by REM. So, this one goes out Lloyd Blankfein, the Fabulous Fab, and Hammerin' Hank Paulsen, and everyone at The Great American Bubble Machine, otherwise known as Goldman Sachs for their "notions of glory and bull market gain."

On a personal note, it has been a good week reflecting about writing, blogging, posting. We'll see what fruit is borne of it.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,deacon...
    I have a question.
    I read that you are a deacon and a member of communion and liberation movement,a knight of columbus ,and I have a question about the permanent deaconate and the catholic orders.
    Are the catholic orders planning a place for the permanent deacons the same way the movements are doing?
    In the future we will see jesuit permanent deacons or salesians permanent deacons?
    You deacons are members of the clergy,why the catholic orders dont have a place to welcome permanent deacons too,the same way they have for priests and bishops?
    Sorry about my poor english Im an brazilian reader,adriano.
    Thanks...

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