"A [preacher] who does not love art, poetry, music and nature can be dangerous. Blindness and deafness toward the beautiful are not incidental; they are necessarily reflected in his theology." — BXVI
Well, for me at least, Ss. Peter and Paul's WAS the sunday homily... :)
No homily? Then you should have had lots of time to write an interesting post! Tell us about the Master's visit. Did he speak English? Who was the socius with him--Ruane or Izzo?
Faith, mea culpa. I slept in. Bad friar!The Master visits this priory on Friday. I've met him several times in Rome. He's French. . .but I don't hold that against him. His English is pretty good, though he doesn't speak Italian. Something he is no doubt working on. Fr. Bruno is a physician and a bio-ethicist. He's brought two socii with him, Fr. Rakash (India) and Fr. Ruane (USA).