Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Morning Coffee Musings
DID YOU KNOW?
On this day in history, June 20,...Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II) was baptized. I learned this from George Weigel's book, "Witness to Hope."
Other random information....
Tradition holds that Jesus was crucified at the age of 33. That was a bad year for Jesus.
A theological definition of Justice indicates to us that Justice is paying what is owed, or giving someone what they are due.
If there was Justice, I would be at home hiding under the covers, not at work. I couldn't get the day off. So not only must I suffer the injustice of the inability to escape the Evil Empire of my employment in general, but I actually have to go TODAY of all days. There is no justice. But on the flip side, I'm taking Monday and Tuesday off, and I will be enjoying my freedom with much relish and much praise to God.
On to more important things...
This week's Catholic Carnival is up over at Just Another Day of Catholic Pondering. Our hostess this week did a great job, as always! Go on over and read this week's offerings.