Sunday, December 25, 2005


Fr. Finelli has inspired me once again!!! Check soon for updates on CHRISTUS VINCIT Podcasting. I'll let you know how this comes out. I have the day off tomorrow from both the day job and parish duties, so I'll have a better chance to try things out. Right now, it's near 11:00 PM right coast time (8 PM left coast), and I'm about ready to hit the hay. It's amazing I've managed to stay awake, all this time, except for a brief nap at my mother's house this afternoon to try and kill a nasty headache.

And remember, Christmas is not just a day. It's a week. New Year's Day, the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, is its Octave. Christmas Season lasts until January 8, the Epiphany of Our Lord. Normally, it runs a week beyond the Epiphany, that is, the Baptism of Our Lord. However, since Christmas and New Year's both fell on a Sunday this year, forcing the Sunday of the Epiphany to run as late as the 8th, the following Sunday automatically skips to the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time.

+Peace, Goodwill, and Goodnight!

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