Tag Archives: World History

Święconka Part II

Perhaps it was the Latin rite that I’d never really understood or even had properly explained to me, or the weekly mass I found so dreadfully tedious and downright hypnotic, perhaps it was those annoying altar bells (Will someone please … Continue reading

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I, Pope

Perusing the Internet I glanced at an article about the recent conclave of Cardinals to choose the new Pope. The article said the Pope doesn’t necessarily have to be a priest. While partaking of a lenten fish fry (St. Florians’ … Continue reading

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Japanese Culture

We were watching an old movie. The story of which takes place in Japan. Ron sez: “Everybody knows everything in Tokyo – the walls are paper-thin.” Bar rhum puhm, tish. He’s got a million of ’em. Anyway, following in this … Continue reading

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