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Today I woke up, we went down, had breakfast and went to St. Peter's Basilica for the Diaconate Ordination Mass. We went because Seminarian Sean was there. Seminarian Sean and the 38 other seminarians are processing in with all the deacons, priests, bishops, archbishops and Cardinal Dolan. Music from the organ was playing. The Basilica is just so big! At the end, all the seminarians who had been ordained deacons went to a bus to go to the NAC, ...
... were not allowed to take pictures on the tour unfortunately. Our next stop was the Christian catacombs this is were the first Christians were buried and prayed secretly. Here i also saw the first ever painting of the Virgin Mary. These catacombs were a maze of tunnels with small holes in the walls for candles and long carved out areas to place a body and cover with a grave marker. Even though no bodies remain there everything was very well preserved do to ...
... that he thought that God would be a bit disappointed with him because he didn't make the most of his talents. I'm not sure quite where this leaves the rest of us.
We walk up into the Borghese Gardens. The view over the city at sunset is spectacular. We get lost in the Gardens, but eventually stumble across a metro train station and decide to give this a go to get back to the hotel. The stations have exotic names including Circus Maximus and Colosseum. ...
... the stop without realising it and ended up getting off when we knew we had gone too far and catching a taxi back to the hotel.
Too many people in the pool and too lazy this afternoon so cold showers and down to the bar for a beer instead.
Rome has some great sights but bugger the heat and all the people, it has turned us off the place, be pleased to leave ...
... and of safety. After all, sharp objects would mostly definitely be used during the day!
Once on the practice field, we created two parallel lines of "soldiers" and were given lessons on how to properly fight with swords - wooden training swords first, then we graduated to iron swords. Better than trying to intimidate our "enemy" across from us, was getting to swing with all our might ...