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... would have been a nutcase. This trip, although long, was very relaxed. We made it to London with plenty of time to spare so I had time to eat REAL AUTHENTIC fish and chips for the first time in 22 years. It was glorious.
We've learned two things so far about traveling to ...
... br> I still don't know what my actual schedule is for classes during the rest of the semester which is lame because I can't make any plans for trips yet, but they're soon to come!
ALSO THEO! I'm going to need you to bring me some avocados and dried mango when you come because there are none and I need it!
OK, I'll try to stay on top of my blog and remember to take more pics, but for now alla prossimo!
... Marquette university, our friend, Mike Lovell, that God grants Him
the graces to face the challenges at Marquette
. For improved health of Don Zuern
. In thanksgiving fror Fr. John Paul
With this blessing, we agreed to meet Fr. John at the Obelisk in St Peter's Square on Tuesday morning at 8:00 am. He explained that we would get in line for those entering St. Peter's, and once inside, we would ...
We were off to see the Vatican and the pope (or at least we were hoping we could catch an glimpse of him). The weather today was a bit dull and wet but thankfully we knew that we'd be spending most of our time indoors under the shelter of the Vatican Museums and St Peter's Basilica. Our morning started hectic enough, we had burnt through some minutes during breakfast and had to hurry to our bus stop to catch the bus to the Vatican to meet our tour ...
... In 1749, Pope Benedict XIV endorsed the view that the Colosseum was a sacred site where early Christians had been martyred. He forbade the use of the Colosseum as a quarry and consecrated the building to the Passion of Christ and installed Stations of the Cross, declaring it sanctified by the blood of the Christian martyrs who perished there (see Christians and the Colosseum). However there is no historical evidence to support Benedict's claim, nor is there even any evidence ...