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Saturday, January 21, 2006

A Hot Sunday

It is predicted that tomorrow will be 42C. That is about 108F, I believe? Our poor clergy, and the servers, too. I do hope that they will manage! It gets to the point where it is too hot to join one's hands together in prayer - but you do anyway, of course. It reminds me of some lovely black and white photo with the well-dressed laity obviously uncomfortable, the vested priests, laden with sweat. Just goes to prove that the heat is no excuse for immodesty, and there is good use for the maniple! :)

Update: Father T in his sermon today (paraphrased): "Today would be an opportune time to teach about Hell, but I can only afford a passing reference!"

Comments [4]

Blogger Boeciana:

How ghastly! I salute your fortitude.

We, in contrast, have had a boring and damp 6 degrees Celsius today. Not cold enough to be interesting, not warm enough to be nice!

How cold do Australian winters get? Around August...?

Sat Jan 21, 08:47:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Perpétua:

Winter is more like somewhere between say 10C and perhaps 21C on an average day. The weather can be interesting of course - it can be colder or hotter than that :) It will be a cool Juventutem :)

Sat Jan 21, 09:12:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Perpétua:

It's 8:15am Sunday, and still 28.5C in here! :)

Sat Jan 21, 09:13:00 PM GMT  
Blogger Amanda:

We've got a lovely -6C here, though we still use Faherenheit here in the States, and four inches of snow on the ground.

Sweet home Chicago......

Sat Jan 21, 11:27:00 PM GMT  

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