The homily was one of the best I've ever heard, seriously. It's theme was basically Theology of the Body wrapped into the November themes of the harvest and death. Folks, literally I heard "some day you will die and worms will eat your bodies." The good rector gets Hard.Identity.Catholicism. It was that good; timely, and fearless. I meant to thank him after Mass but we were in a rush to meet up with the pagans who skipped their duties.
The one grain that continues to rub me is how simple and noble the original altar was, I just can't figure how they deemed it necessary to replace.
You better believe I will be back.
|Was this the statue donated by Cardinal Ratzinger?|