Opinions and musings on religion, philosophy, science, politics, and life from a conservative Catholic neurosurgeon.
Thanks, Mike! :)My fast/diet ends at Sundown This Maundy Thursday (TODAY!!! XD) after Services. We have a nice (mellow) supper prepared and will break bread and and drink wine together tonight (grape juice for the wife, as she is still feeding). Our Church is actually holding a Seder meal after services - but with the little guy we wont be able to attend (he is LOUD right now). A nice fish dinner on Friday, and a ROAST (makes me salivate just thinking about it) for Easter Sunday. I pray you and your family have a reflective, happy, and blessed Easter Holiday. The same wishes and prayers for Pépé, KT, The Torch, JQ, and all the Christian readers and commenters on the blog. A peaceful and reflective Pesach to all the Jews. And a nice long weekend to the rest of you who do not celebrate. May you all enjoy your time with loved ones.May God's presence grace you all.
The same wishes and prayers for Pépé...Thank you crusadeRex. I appreciate greatly. I wish and pray for the same for you and yours and for Dr Egnor.What comforts me in this holy week is this statement from St-Paul:And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith. 1 Corinthians 15:14I don't "believe" that statement because I know that statement is true. I have done my history homework. The Resurrection of Christ is more documented than Cesar crossing the Rubicon!God bless you all!