About the picture of a little girl I remember seeing a couple of years ago that was posted on 40 Days for Life's web site. She was with her mother at the Planned Parenthood in Richmond, Virginia (the very one that Live Action most recently exposed for aiding and abetting sex trafficking of minors) to spend an hour praying during a 40 Days for Life campaign. Her mother tried to get her normally happy daughter to smile but she wouldn't. Somehow the little girl instinctively knew this wasn't a happy place. Thanks to the brave efforts of Lila Rose and everyone at Live Action, now we know it was even worse than everyone thought.
About the church I attended the weekend I spent in North Carolina for my cousin Greg's funeral, and maybe a little bit about its patron saint, who I don't know much about yet. I might be able to pull that one off this weekend for a Sunday Get Thee To The Church post; although given the fact that it's already Saturday afternoon I might have to postpone it for another week. At least.
About attending Greg's funeral at a Mormon church, my thoughts on what little I know about Mormon doctrine, and about how Catholics and people of other faiths, including Mormons, have more in common than many of us realize.
How Larry's confirmation is creeping up on us FAST and I have no idea what kind of gift to buy him. I'm thinking about maybe a few CDs by some good Catholic artists (It's OK, Larry never reads this anyway). Mom called last week and wanted to know what they could get and I admitted I was clueless. Girls are easy; a nice pretty miraculous medal or a gold crucifix on a chain always works; but for a boy?? Help me out here, my dear readers!