Philippines & Pharmacy
I went to the Conejos website and it is great town. It is unincorporated with a population of 58 and yet is the county seat of County Conejos. (not much bureaucracy in the county gov. apparently) It has a great train and beautiful surroundings. Our Lady of Guadalupe, the oldest church in Colorado, (not the 1st — the Mormons built the 1st, but it no longer exists) is worth viewing — no rabbits running around in the picture. Some day I hope to go to Conejo
You might remember that in a recent post I said that the Nun of the Above quiz could be found in each of the Sentinels. The Sentinel is published on Thursdays, so it is out now. I encourage you to read the Sentinel to find out these things:
- Which alum is going to Rome for the canonization of Blessed Kateri Tekawitha
- Learn how Boo Bags are becoming more user sensitive
- How to join a group praying for alumni in the military
- And, I might be misinterpreting this, but see what important person might be proctoring the PSAT test.
The Denver Catholic Register did publish the whole Quiz this week, so you could also go to denvercatholicregister.org for the quiz, but you definitely should go there to read some really good things for the YOF.
- Archbishop Aquila’s column on Frank Sheed
- “Battleground Philippines” by Christopher Stefanik – a really important column. (It is on the same page as George Weigel’s column which is also very much worth reading.)
- And finally in “local news” it would be good to read about the pro-life pharmacy that has opened in Denver.
My next posting will be inspired by the Philippines and the Pharmacy.
Jezu, ufam Tobie.