some personal views for Catholic readers
What a sweet, liddle hitty hat! I might end up buying this book
Loooove cats, one of the most beautiful of God's creatures. I love the snippet from the book; it may have to go on my Wanted / Treat list.Y'know if you breathe in lavender or lavender oil before being in the company of a cat, it may well prevent the sneezing... Just a thought :)
Fr Ray. I can set up therapy sessions if you think that there is a need.FrMH
Fr Ray. I have a cat in the presbytery and she is a good little pussy.She is intellegent and funny at times. She comes to tell you if she wants something. She knows my voice and responds very well.She tells me if someone is around and she sleeps a lot. As for me - I don't get earache or headaches. I don't have to listen to hours of complaints etc. The only thing that my pussy cannot do is cook the dinner and wash up. Apart from that she is lovely. But I am not going to write a book about her. FrBT
This can't be a Catholic cat.It doesn't have a Saint's name.There are some things cats are good for:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8qbc2J0zZr8The place the video is filmed is a palenque, a place where cock fights occur, and where Mexican Drug Lords order famous Singers and Actors to perform for them.*
Now I know the truth of the saying: " Dogs have owners - cats have staff " ! Lindi
Fr Ray I think I will accept the proposal of FrMH and his therapy sessions. Sounds the best option here. cat - books - whatever next?Should I ask my cat to write my Homily for this weekend? Puurrfect thought. Get the therapy sessions ready!FrJ
"insights, from a cats point of view, into Birmingham Oratory life". Boy oh boy if this cat could talk.
Fr Ray has anybody fed the cat?PJ
Might be worth mentioning that Fr. Lewis Berry CO said Mass in Port Elizabeth's Cathedral on Trinity Sunday.... The bloggers seems little bothered about Fr. Lewis these days.
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