Guys, thank you to all for the new camera!
Warriors from across the globe gave and today a new and better camera was purchased.
Thanks! To all! And for the prayers. You know who you are - shine forever in heaven and be blessed upon this earth!
Divine providence has a hand in all things. You share in this ministry.
Internet is and can be an apostolate. And we need more priests (and laymen) to do more full-time Internet ministry.
Truly, thanks to everybody and thank you for enjoying this blog effort. Small as it is, more Catholic photos must be provided and uploaded to the Internet.
Thanks be to God!!! That's great. It's all works out for the best in the end! Prayers for you and Natalie, LizReplyDelete
Congratulations! It's amazing how good and kind so many people are. This is really a wonderful story.ReplyDelete
My respects to your generous readers.
what MINISTRY do YOU do???ReplyDelete
This blog is simply about STYLE.
Get a job!!!
Reading your blog for the first time due to Hilary and Dorothy. Glad to hear you have a camera! Pax Christi,ReplyDelete
Haven't you gotten out of grad school yet?ReplyDelete
If you're begging for a camera, how can you possibly affort to support a wife-and children?
I guess we will all be treated to pictures from Canada very shortlyReplyDelete
JP, keep up the good work!ReplyDelete
What is WITH the haters? If they really are Catholics (which I sincerely doubt), I hope they are dealing with their issues in the confessional.ReplyDelete
Mr. Sonnen, I'm glad to see you're back in the saddle. Good forReplyDelete
By the way, from the looks of things in the com box, you might
need to surf over to WDTPRS to check out Fr. Z's 'Litany for the
Conversion of Internet Thugs'. Seems you've got an infestation
of the anonymous ones-- they're the most pitiful.
As a long time reader of this site, I can certainly say it is about much more than style. Thank you for your ministry, Mr. Sonnen! Continue encouraging and inspiring people to learn more about the history, traditions, and culture of our Catholic faith!ReplyDelete
I think those nasty Anonymous comments are all one person.ReplyDelete
A camiseta é de um grupo de peregrinos brasileiros de Cuiabá.ReplyDelete
I, for one, appreciate what you do on this blog, John!ReplyDelete
Some people have no joy in their lives, and they want to make sure that others don't either.
I'm glad that you got a replacement camera.