Monday, June 07, 2010

Hello again!

I have had numerous requests to start posting to this blog again. Life has been busy this last year, and if I can learn how not to spend too much time blogging, I just may give it a try again. My sister has not one but two blogs - I don't know how she does it!

Things should be settling down soon though. We are moving back out to the country this summer; well to a smaller city, anyway. The bad part of that is there is no Latin Mass there. Just a single priest with a very liberal social justice agenda. I think they hold hands during the Our Father and clap after every Mass for everyone who "participated" in some way. "Let's all clap for the altar servers, now. And can we please clap for the choir, too. Let's give another round of applause for everyone who took the time out of their day to come to Mass! Yes, you! We are clapping for ourselves now - come on everyone, a big round of applause!"

Okay, I know I am exaggerating a bit, but it's going to be really hard to actually like going to Mass there after having the privilege of attending the TLM with two very holy priests for three whole years. There is nothing like the traditional Mass. Going back to a liberal NO Mass will take some getting used to. I sure hope Father doesn't mind when I kneel for Communion and recieve on the tongue. And I sure hope the ladies there will get used to my head coverings. The countdown begins...

6 comments:

Shirley said...

Hey! Welcome back! Actually you weren't exaggerating, unfortunately. You can always come here for Mass, or we can trek on down to the St. Joan of Arc Chapel in Coeur d'Alene they have 3 Masses on Sunday, as well as weekday Mass.It's Fr. Chad Ripperger, FSSP, serving there so at least you can go once in a while.

Adoro said...

Yay! Good to "see" you again!

paramedicgirl said...

Adoro, thanks for stopping by. I hope to post more in the next week, but I have to work 48 hours in the next four days.

Shirley, we will def head down to the Latin Mass. We can take my VW, it gets 58 miles to the gallon. And you gotta let me know when Father Deprey is in town.

Angela Messenger said...

I looked for you last time I was at Holy Family but I didn't see you. It was Laetare Sunday. I suppose now our paths will never cross!

paramedicgirl said...

Angela, I was working that day, so I must have gone to Mass at St. Patrick's in Maple Ridge. Too bad we did't hook up.

Mark said...

Good to see you posting again!