Saturday, November 24, 2007

Christ The King

We are having our Christ the King celebration this evening at our parish. We are starting with mass, and then afterwards there are going to be some talks and testimonials, and then a pot-luck. I am bringing a pan of baked Ziti, because it is oh-so-good.

And warm. Today has been surprisingly chilly for this part of the country. I am actually throwing on a cozy sweater for our celebration tonight. We went to a couple of yard sales today, and not realizing it could even get chilly here, none of us wore a jacket. Fritter had on a long sleeve shirt, but I feel even that was too little. Needless to say, we only got out twice to look at stuff. I just didn't feel right taking him out. Giving myself some credit though, it was probably in the mid 60s. I still have a Wyoming mind, with newly acquired Arizona skin, if you know what I mean. :)

On another note, with the business of this last week, I have missed out on the feast days of a number of saints, including St. Cecilia whom I really love. Instead of making another long post however, here are links to some good information about them.

And you can read information here about things your family can do for Christ the King. The feast day is on Sunday. Don't forget that you can get a plenary indulgence!

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