Daily Archives: 03/21/2008

Obituary of Jesus Christ

This is scheduled to post on Good Friday at 3:00 PM which is considered the time that Christ died.

Religious Humor

Letters to a Pastor . . .
Dear Pastor, I know God loves everybody but He never met my sister. Yours sincerely, Arnold. Age 8, Nashville.
Dear Pastor, My father should be a minister. Every day he gives us a sermon about something.
Robert, Age 11, Anderson.
Dear Pastor, I’m sorry I can’t leave more money in the plate, but my father didn’t give me a raise in my allowance. Could you have a sermon about a raise in my allowance?
Love, Patty. Age 10, New Haven
Dear Pastor, My mother is very religious. She goes to play bingo at church every week even if she has a cold. Yours truly, Annette. Age 9, Albany
Dear Pastor, I think a lot more people would come to your church if you moved it to Disneyland.
Loreen. Age 9. Tacoma
Dear Pastor, Please say a prayer for our Little League team. We need God’s help or a new pitcher. Thank you. Alexander. Age 10, Raleigh
Dear Pastor, My father says I should learn the Ten Commandments. But I don’t think I want to because we have enough rules already in my house. Joshua. Age 10, South Pasadena
Dear Pastor, I liked your sermon on Sunday. Especially when it was finished. Ralph, Age 11, Akron

Franciscan Monastery, Washington D.C. – Photo 29

Here is a photo taken on Saturday, December 29, 2007, when Nora and I visited the Franciscan Monastery in Washington, D.C. The series of 52 photos begin on February 22, 2008 and end on April 13, 2008.
This photo was taken inside the Monastery, which is located at 1400 Quincy Street NE. Their website is http://www.myfranciscan.org.
This series of photos shows parts of the interior Monastery.
It’s taken 29 photos to get to a view of the inside of the Monastery, but it was worth the wait. I was more impressed with the Monastery then any other house of God that I’ve ever visited. It was absolutely stunning. Our tour guide was outstanding. If you ever get chance to visit the Monastery, but sure to take the tour. Sadly, my feet and hip gave out on me towards the end and I was not able to walk the grounds like I wanted to. I will do that next time.
The guide pointed out something I didn’t know. He said that in scenes dipicating the crucifixtion, supporters of Jesus were generally on the left, while the Roman soldiers and enemies were on the right.