Archive for the ‘Father’s Shout’ Category
[We'll call the author of this guest post Stuff. She's a long-time friend of mine and contributor at my previous blog. This is a re-post from that blog.]
I know this is a few days late, but this meditation has been brewing all weekend through my busy, hectic workdays and my dear husband’s slow ones. But this is not for him – he already got the Star Wars trilogy for Father’s Day and one custom card complete with a hand-drawn Darth Vader from our six-year-old.
No, this is for the Fathers that probably don’t get many chances to go fishing or get pancakes in bed or have grand cookouts for Father’s Day. This is for priests.
I had a rather irritating and insulting experience this afternoon and wonder how many other dads have had similar experiences.
At last night’s Easter vigil, I realized something. While I believe what we wear to church matters and reflects the dignity and solemnity of the liturgy, my dress clothes aren’t the most important things I wear to worship. It’s not the nice shirt, pressed pants, or tie that completes my ensemble.
I haven’t been able to force myself to watch the following video yet. I’m still stuck on the title and concept. Apparently, the blogger at Out-Numbered was asked to post a video from Momversation. The title of this meeting of the minds?
I don’t have a new post for Fatherhood Friday, but I think a recent post of mine is a good fit for the meme. Enjoy, and don’t forget to read the great posts written by others!