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Wednesday, July 04, 2012

A Very Foreign Feast

Today, 4th July, our American confreres celebrate their independence from the United Kingdom.  Although we would not naturally be inclined to mark the day, they made sure it was well remembered!


Br. Seelos baked a cake.

On this foggy day, our three Americans try to find the closest place to home...

 ...under the flag!


God bless America.

8 comments:

Christopher Maher said...

That's my boy, Br. Seelos! We will celebrate here for you tonight!

David said...

God bless America and deliver her from the pernicious error of separation of Church and State, which poisons the tree of freedom at its root.

An American Catholic

thetimman said...

She needs blessing, indeed.

God save us from ourselves.

Another American Catholic.

Anonymous said...

As an Irishman who splits his time between Eire and States, I am more than pleased to celebrate the latter's Independence Day, while still praying for the former's! Enjoy the day, lads!
-Donnacha

OES speech said...

We love the pictures & thank you for sharing! Jenna & Josh were especially excited as we made a "flag" dessert as well...fruit pizza! Lots of love from home.

Katie said...

Thanks for the pics; we enjoyed them over here in Italy, too. God bless America.

Michelle Therese said...

This is great!! Lovely to have fellow American Catholics in Orkney :-)) I celebrated the 4th in Lourdes. We're EVERYWHERE muwahahahahaaaa!

God bless you all!!

Anne B said...

The star-spangled banner has been unfurled over the land sprinkled with the blood of many martyrs. May God bless it still.

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