Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.
Thank you, Father and thank you for you excellent Blog.THETHANKINGDAYWith prayer, I start the Thanking Day,At dawn, I kneel, Te Deum, pray.I dress for Mass then wake a son.He'll serve the priest, a chosen one.A hushed low Mass right after Matins,Our Lord above all sons' gold patens.He'll lay upon my wicked tongue,I pray, forgive, amidst, amongWhere in the pew with head bowed low,I give Him thanks 'till time to goBack to the world with sin, so murky,But now I've strength......to stuff that turkey!!
Thank you, Father! For many of us, this is the traditional day of thanksgiving to God in which the family gathers for a day of communal fellowship, and a humble prayer of thanksgiving to Almighty God for His blessings upon us in the past year. Sadly, for others, it is a day of unbridled preparation for those U.S. stores opened for "holiday" sales as early as 4 a.m. on Friday.May God bless you for your kind wishes!D.v.
Thanks very much, Father. I am thankful for you and for your blog.Now, it's "over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house I/we go" to eat the traditional turkey and other once-a-year foods. God bless you, and all in the mother country.
Thanks so much for the blessing. Where I am, most people do not even know it is Thanksgiving. A friend of mine and I will have chicken soup I made the long way, as we say in the States.God bless America. God bless Catholic bloggers, and Catholic Latin Mass priests and all seminarians, for these I am truly thankful.
Thank you Father. Very kind of you to remember your American readers.
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