Martello Castle

martello castleThe heat’s on, french fry, and as usual at this point in the summer, it’s managed to wear me down a bit.

Here are some recent linx:

  1. I enjoy Fr. Jim’s blog, very inspiring; I’m perpetually behind, in keeping up with him, in posting my Homilies.

  2. Fr. Michael Berry, is on assignment at World Youth Day.

  3. I first noticed Christopher’s Apologies awhile back via Twitter, and now he’s a regular draw for me.

  4. The other day I discovered Martello Castle, also known as Tower Dupre. It’s a crumbled fortress, and a part of the fading coastline which fascinates me. That led me to this now defunct blog.

  5. Nola.com is having a Blighted Homes Photo Contest. I don’t think it gets more maudlin than that.

  6. And, because all I think about is food, I stumbled across this piece on how horrible bleached/white flour is for us.

There are many more blogs I check out, and am going to make it a point to redo my pertinent links in the not too distant future. It’s just that, you know, life goes on fairly nicely without doing so, and I’m tending to some spiritual house cleaning. And… the heat’s got me down, I tell you. Down I say!

It’s time to wrap this up and go make an examen.

Lord, now you let your servant go in peace;
your word has been fulfilled:

my own eyes have seen the salvation
which you have prepared in the sight of every people:

a light to reveal you to the nations
and the glory of your people Israel.

May God bless you this night, and always.

Amen.

1 thought on “Martello Castle”

  1. Dear Fr, i am Ernest Prempeh Sarpong from Ghana in West Africa. I completed the seminary in July 2010 but due to the high number of seminarians in my class, our new bishop says he will not need the services of all of us. I was ordained a transient deacon. I therefore wish to beg you to link me with your bishop or vocation director so i may be accepted in your diocese as your seminarian and study to the priesthood. I hope my services would be needed. Kindly help me. May God bless you

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