The New Gasparian
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A journal dedicated to the life and mission of St. Gaspar del Bufalo, and to a life lived in response to the call and the cry of the Most Precious Blood of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. Our on-going mission is to share good news of hope and communion.

Friday, July 11, 2003
It is very frustrating when a post disappears before your eyes and there is no retrieving it.

Blogging has been very slow for me lately. The days have been full, very full. There is almost no time to rest. Yesterday we celebrated evening prayer at the tomb of our newest saint, St. Maria De Mattias, and were treated for dinner at the ASC motherhouse.

Yesterday we listened to the North American History of the CPPS. Today we listen to the Latin American CPPS history. We are back for some more this afternoon, another three hours. Did I tell you that the air conditioning here is making me sick. I have it turned off in my bedroom, although it gets pretty hot here. Also the the mosquitos are having a feast on my precious blood.

Today liturgy was celebrated in German and Italian.

Where else can this happen? At my table for lunch this afternoon we were from USA, Spain, Tanzania, Canada, India, Guatemala, and the conversation was very rich and we lingered at the table some time after lunch had finished. You might find something like this at the United Nations, but I do not think the conversation would be quite so harmonious and rich. Yes we share a rich bond of charity, Vinculum Caritatis, as CPPS priests.

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