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Wednesday, August 20, 2008

You Know You're a Catholic

I've begun noticing little things, and this is just the latest:

You know that you're a Catholic when you start to break up the year not according to semesters or trimesters or quarters, or even spring, summer, fall and winter.

Instead, you define and plan your life according to the liturgical seasons...Advent, Lent, Easter, and Ordinary time.

I'm just sayin'.

7 comments:

Lillian Marie said...

LOL!!!

so, true... so true!

Kat said...

You know you are catholic when you start dating your correspondence: Feast of St. _____

Anonymous said...

You know you are catholic when:-
1. Playing on a car journey, making sentences out of car number plates the letters CDF make you yell out Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith;
2. At a theme park you see a guy wearing a T-Shirt saying 'ave it, and you think Ave It, Hail It, that doesn't make sense

Leslee

Jackie said...

You know you are a Catholic when you remember birthdays based on the feast day ... Martha's birthday is the Feast of St. Cosmos and Damien; Isaac's birthday is the Vigil of the Annunciation

Nancy said...

You know you're a Catholic when your table coverings are in the proper liturgical colours.

Adoro te Devote said...

Oh yeah, that's all true!

I can now mark my last job interview and notification of being hired by the following Saints: St. Pius X, St. Monica, and St. Augustine.

:-)

Jackie said...

Another one - You know you are a Catholic when one of your favorite activities is 'busting on your priest friends!'