Daily Archives: May 18, 2023

Mistakes Were Made

Just checked into my hotel for the night. I spent the majority of the day on the road. To me, there are few things in this life more enjoyable than spending time with my family exploring our beautiful land. Since we have the time and the Chinese haven’t taken it over yet, we shall drive on.

We attended Mass at the tiny but packed church of St. Joseph the Worker in east Texas. What I love about this place is that it is clearly busting at the seams the parishioners, too, take pride in their little home. Every time I’ve been here I feel underdressed and I’m usually dressed well. Of course they have the luxury of calling this place home whereas I am typically transiting through.

Regardless, a reader pointed something out to me. In yesterday’s post I mentioned it having been the “Vigil of the Assumption”. Clearly that was not the case as today was the Feast of the Ascension. Point taken and correction made. Hey, blame it on the lack of sleep.

Tomorrow we start fresh in beautiful Alabama.

St. Raphael, pray for us!

The Second Station of the Cross, St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church, Tyler, TX