CLICK'N' WITH THE CARDINAL: The Boston Archbishop's Blog

As some of you may remember, I originally developed this blog on 2 February 2007 on the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord -- 40 days after Christmas, the close of our Christmas cycle. It was my attempt to stay in contact with my students and parishioners, the Packers and my prisoners -- although the prisoners know about this blog, they will not have access to it until their parole.

I mentioned back then that it was the inspiration of two other blogs that inspired me to write these blogs. As the 4th of July approaches -- if you're off from work and the skies turn threatening as predicted, feel free to check out the following blogs which might provide a few extra fireworks for the week's festivities:

You'll notice the Cardinal has quite the travel schedule, so don't feel jet lagged when checking out his entries. And then there's my daily hit, "Whispers in the Loggia" by Rocco Palmo -- for all that you ever wanted to know about the American Catholic Church and beyond. Where does this guy get all this stuff?

But then continue to check out to "keep contact with the Canon!" I have football on my mind as the new season approaches -- so watch out! But that's it for now. I need to get over to church to edit Father Sal's homily. Sometimes he goes on and on and on... ... ...

Happy July!

Father James Baraniak, O. Praem.


Anonymous said...

Your blogs are always interesting, humorous and informative.....just like your homilies! Had a good laugh when you said you had to edit Sal's homily....I missed Sal's and your comments after Mass Sunday....but they must have been good because I could hear everyone laughing.
Will be interesting to check out the blogs you mentioned.

Anonymous said...

You are such a fantastic combination of compassion, humor, intelligence and's a good thing you didn't turn to a life of crime: you'd have been head of the "mob" in 6 months...... and I wouldn't want to be on your "s_ _t list" !!!

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