I beg to differ. If a man is called or destined to be a priest but marries instead, he may not become the best husband and father because he was not programmed for that to begin with.
Can we use him as screensaver?
correct I would send you a picture of myself to put on the blog but it might be be a near occasion of sin for you, sarah et al :)
Oh no, more bad news! Apparently Msgr Ganswein has just been promoted and as of the end of October will no longer be a resident of the Vatican. He is to be Head Chaplain of the Lotta libera associazione internazionale! (The Italian International Wrestling Association) More tough luck! :(
is he the German guy?
Mad Catholic--You are welcome to post your photo...I work around drop-dead gorgeous fighter pilots all day..one more pretty photo won't hurt :) Plus the gym I go to is full of firm fit military guys sweating it out :) And just in case I get in trouble I have a very understanding Irish priest (military chaplain) on speed-dial :)I just wish Msr.G would smile more for photos...I bet he has a charming smile.. :)Sara
Good Lord, Sara. Where do you work and more importantly, or they hiring!
And thus continues the tradition of Father-What-A-Waste. It's a curse and a blessing at the same time.
Don't think of its as Father-What-A-Waste, rather think of it as wow that Priest/Monk/Nun could've had any woman/man that he/she wanted and yet they chose to give it all to God.Think of Grant Desme who could've been a big baseball star but has chosen to answer the call to the priesthood.
Kat--I work at an Air Force Base..ah yes, plenty of handsome men in uniform :) and it NEVER gets old.. :)Once you finish up your nurses training check out the hospitals at the larger military bases..then you have the double joy of giving them physicals ;)Sara
Maybe you should change the name of your blog to The ThronBird. :-)
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