Well, here it is the end of my sophomore year in College seminary! It has been a year full of many blessings, great joys, saddnesses, and growth. I am currently in the middle of taking a break from finals studying, so I will make this short and sweet.
I will be leaving Saturday for home, I will get home later that afternoon, and then take Emily to Murray to leave for her Mission Trip at 2am. (Eek!) actually, I rather enjoy late night trips like that, because of the prayer time they give me. There is something so beautiful and natural of being the only one on a dark road with stars out and praying to Christ.
Wednesday I will leave for staff training at camp. Yes, that’s right! I will be back at camp this summer. I’m looking forward to it!
Well, back to studying and Mass I go. Have a blessed week! St. Joseph of Cupertino – Pray for me!!
Good-luck to all those running in the Race for Vocations today! Especially to our own men from Bishop Simon Bruté College Seminary: Michael Meinhart, Dominic Vahling, Dominic Rankin, Willie Jansen, and Andy Hirsch! You guys will do fantastic!
During the Easter Season here at Bishop Bruté, we have been chanting night prayer. Here is a recording of tonight’s prayer. Thursday in the Octave of Easter. Now, granted we have only sung this as a community once before, so there are a few glitches. Enjoy and comment what you think!
I always find it to be a great help when people send information about my blog and website out to their friends, so I always try to help any new bloggers out, by sharing their links on my site. This blog I am sharing is the blog of a fellow Bishop Bruté Seminarian, (Though he has been blogging for a while) He is also: Coordinator of music for the Seminary, a great friend, and he is from Quincy, IL as well! Except, he actually still lives there. He is a parishioner at St. Francis Solanus, (My Grandparent’s church) and attends Mass at the FSSP Chaplaincy of St. Rose of Lima. (Beautiful church, that was shut down, but re-opened in Quincy due to the Latin Mass! (Deo Gracias!) It is another unique building as well, and very beautiful, I’m glad that they were able to re-open. So check out Dominic’s site! Check out his pictures and keep up to date with him, because his blog should be really good, as he is a really great guy! Good luck and welcome to the wide-world of Catholic bloggers Dominic!