Tag Archives: Lent

Blot Out My Transgressions

It was back in 2011 that I was introduced to this Lenten prayer/hymn by an Orthodox friend.  I was immediately consumed by it’s beauty and truths. Sometimes admitting the truth about ourselves is painful and even embarrassing.  How can you … Continue reading

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French Tan Lines

So there we were Friday night, frying & baking fish and making  fries for the third and final installment of the 2015 edition of our Lenten Fish Fry at Knights of Columbus, Council #3684. Then out of nowhere arrives a … Continue reading

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Did You Ever Wonder?

The story of how we came to have fish sandwiches at “burger places” Leave it to Fr. Dwight to find/write the story:  Fishy Friday This is another one of those, “learn something new every day” stories.  Minor trivia at best, … Continue reading

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A Lenten Lesson

A story of one man’s Lenten crash and burn “I learned a solid lesson. A hard-core Lent that is full of penance is not necessarily a good Lent. Lent isn’t a survivor experiment. It’s a preparation for Easter. If you … Continue reading

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Back To The Future…Catholic Style

No, not the movie with Michael J. Fox…although it is a great movie and surely one of my top ten. I am re-blogging a post from Fr. Allan J. McDonald, publisher of “Southern Orders” blog. Seems that the Catholic Church … Continue reading

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