Saturday, April 16, 2005 +

Novemdiales 9



For Missionaries and Martyrs

The last of nine days of mourning for Pope John Paul II.

Novemdiales
 

Friday, April 15, 2005 +

Notes 94

To be satisfied with the human is inhuman. Better worship the devil than not worship.

Not only am I not good, I don’t want to be good.

Love no matter what.
 

Ultima Cena

La Gioconda


Leonardo da Vinci, The Mona Lisa
Louvre
 

Venise

“Que Seurat Seurat”


For Janice, b. 15 April 1948–d. 26 August 1970

Georges Seurat, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte—1884
The Art Institute of Chicago
 

Novemdiales 8



For Aunt Helen and CSJs


Novemdiales

 

Thursday, April 14, 2005 +

Novemdiales 7



For Lucille D. Short, LaVerne Hamilton, and Friends

LaVerne McDaniel Hamilton
b. 31 January 1940–d. 13 April 2005


Novemdiales

 

epu 16–76




This ends a series.

e pluribus unum
><> epu bis ><> epu 16
 

Wednesday, April 13, 2005 +

Novemdiales 6



For Tom Healey and Lay Teachers


Novemdiales

 

epu 16





e pluribus unum
><> epu bis ><> epu 16–72
 

Tuesday, April 12, 2005 +

Novemdiales 5



For Marianists and Franciscans


Novemdiales

 

epu bis

Monday, April 11, 2005 +

02004 04 11 +

40 73 52 2F 33 05 7D 4D 32 00 79 04 53 3F 43 4D
36 3C 42 08 2A 32 0B 2F 18 4A 7B 7E 4C 4B 16 25
51 4A 37 03 47 72 3C 2E 72 40 22 7D 5C 1D 6E 6E
 

Novemdiales 4



For Bishop Sweeney, Bishop Scanlan, and Priests


Novemdiales

 

Sunday, April 10, 2005 +

Spinners






Happy Birthdays! Olivia! Leo! Dot! Janice! Jude! April 2005

Click on a spinner to change it.

For 40 spinners go to www.MurphyWong.net

WRDS
 

Novemdiales 3



For Uncles and Aunties and Cousins


Novemdiales

 

02005 04 10 +

On April 10, 1938, “only 5 out of 3,600 voted against Hitler in the Catholic Austrian town of Braunau, his birthplace, and twenty miles to the south, in the small village of St. Radegund, only one man voted against him. This was Franz J├Ągerst├Ątter, a Catholic peasant, the father of a young family.”
—John Lukacs, The End of the Twentieth Century and the End of the Modern Age (New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1993).
 

Notes 93

My flesh is weak, and my spirit indeed is weak.