I live my life in the semi-lucid intervals between falling asleep on the sofa and sitting in government waiting rooms. Sometimes inspiration hits me, but I forget to write these thoughts down. As part of my New Year’s resolution, I have decided to occasionally publish these pearls of wisdom so they are not lost to my progeny. Here’s a beginning:
–I was sceptical about the masonic infiltration of the Church until, when the new English translation of the Missal came out, I was floored by the reference to “New World Ordernary Time”.
–I decided to call DHS last night as part of the “If you see something, say something” campaign, when Christina Aguilera betrayed her lack of patriotism by botching the national anthem. The line was busy. That gave me time to think that it was too bad DHS didn’t exist back in the day, when Roseanne Barr betrayed her lack of patriotism by correctly remembering the national anthem.
–Big wine glasses=faster intoxication. Why did I only realize this afterwards?
–If cassocks are too divisive, what does that make pants? I mean, look at them–each leg is on its own. Solidarity, people!
–Isn’t the biggest indictment of the new Mass the oft-heard defense of “The Novus Ordo can be celebrated reverently”? If a Mass only can be, but not must be, celebrated reverently, is that really such a great point in its favor?
–I used to think people who compared the current occupant of the White House to Lincoln were delusional. Now I know better.
–Have you noticed that you never see Canon Lenhardt and Pope Benedict XV in the same room?
–If I recognize that I am losing my mind is it a sign that I am not?