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The Troubadour Online Summit Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Rose Gawarecki
23:25
Hello panelists! Looking good! Very excited for the presentation tonight :)
Andrew Whiskeyman
23:28
Good evening Gentlemen - and Happy Easter!!
Molly H
23:45
Happy Easter! Excited for the presentation!
Alexandra Shattuck
23:54
Hello from Atlanta! Happy Easter!
Kendra Posch
24:01
Hello everyone! Christ is Risen, Alleluia!
Noel Culbertson
24:45
Cheers!
Nancy Brown
24:56
Hi from Nancy in Chicago
cathy
25:19
Hullo, hullo!!
Noel Culbertson
25:30
Hi Nancy!!
Noel Culbertson
25:40
We made a lamb cake
Nancy Brown
25:41
Hi Noel!
Molly H
26:06
Wonderful Holy Thursday tradition to keep in mind!
Richard Braun
27:25
a bar of trabadours
Noel Culbertson
29:04
Love that song
Molly H
29:16
Who's the singer again?
Paul Corrigan
29:23
John Prine
Molly H
29:27
Thank you!
Noel Culbertson
30:26
Drinking games!
Richard Braun
30:42
hence a pub or bar of troubadours.
Kendra Posch
30:43
A bevy of drinking games?
Noel Culbertson
31:27
We can see all of you
Paul Corrigan
31:28
We see all five
Steve Strickland
31:28
we see you all
Nancy Brown
31:28
Yes we see all five of you
Michael
31:32
we see ya'll
Andrew Whiskeyman
31:32
we see whomever is speaking
Molly H
31:33
^^
Brenda Garcia
31:37
we can see all of you!
Steve Strickland
31:48
a gallery same size
Michael
32:01
Joseph is larger than life i think
Christopher P
32:12
Is anyone uncertain about what they see?
Noel Culbertson
32:14
Do we have an interpreter for Joseph’s talk tonight?
Richard Braun
32:28
subtitles?
Molly H
32:46
Those will probably be available when the video is released after tonight.
David Reid
34:09
Hi all
Noel Culbertson
34:13
Hi David!
John Hissong Cleveland
34:34
Hello from Cleveland. Happy Easter1
Darby Callahan
34:47
Happy Easter!
Molly H
35:08
Excited to be here!
Nancy Brown
35:19
Hello John from Cleveland!
Noel Culbertson
35:19
Cheers!
Carmenchu
35:33
Hi! Happy Easter from San Rafael, Argentina
Nancy Brown
35:35
Cheers! Happy Easter!
Barbara Charuba
35:48
Hello from Barrie ON Canada!
Carmenchu
36:13
The Chesterton´s Lenten was perfect!! Thanks Dale!
Pat B
37:14
My Filipina wife confirms that…..
Dr. Bob
37:35
Hello! Surrexit Dominus, alleluia! You're on this week. Sync issues
Noel Culbertson
37:36
Hello Dr. Fahey
Jon Wright
37:49
Likewise
Michael
38:25
Saint Martins ROCKs!
Kendra Posch
39:01
I met Daniel at last year’s Annual Chesterton Conference in Kansas City, Kansas!
Molly H
39:28
I met Joseph about 4 years ago in Ann Arbor! So excited to hear him speak again!
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
40:23
Hello from the Valerii! (that's plural for Valerius).
Darren Szwajkowski
40:50
that was good BBQ in Kansas City
Thomas
40:56
Dale came to A2 to my parish... last year I think?
Aleksandra
40:59
hello from Toronto Canada
Grettelyn
41:01
love the bio on Oscar Wilde. beautiful
Darren Szwajkowski
41:02
and it was the best Conference ever
Darren Szwajkowski
41:18
Happy Easter everyone
Kendra Posch
41:20
Darren, I agree! I can’t wait to see what’s in store this summer in Chicago!
Nancy Brown
41:22
Hi Grettelyn!
Grettelyn
41:29
hi Nancy! miss you
Thomas
41:31
jack stacks bbq... nom
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
41:39
Hi, Nancy!
John Hissong Cleveland
41:46
It would be nice to have names for the speakers. I know who the speakers are, but not everyone may.
Nancy Brown
41:50
Hi Rebekah!
Grettelyn
41:52
miss going to conferences ❤️
Noel Culbertson
42:11
Joseph Pearce, Dale Ahlquist, Dan Kerr, Christopher Check & William Fahey
Nancy Brown
42:20
John if you move your mouse or scroll over the screen the speakers’ names appear
John Hissong Cleveland
42:21
Hi Grettelyn. How’s your son, James.
Laura Cecil
42:31
My screen shows names for the speaker in the lower lh corner
Aleksandra
42:32
read it amazing
Grettelyn
42:47
teething. it’s been tough. prayers would be appreciated
John Hissong Cleveland
42:50
Nancy, thanks for the tip.
Noel Culbertson
43:01
Cheers
Nancy Brown
43:08
Sure, John.
Lydia Smith
43:12
Hi, Mrs. Culbertson!
Molly H
43:13
Race with the Devil is PHENOMENAL!
cathy
43:15
If you hover the mouse over the speakers, the names will appear.
Nancy Brown
43:18
We miss you, Grettelyn!
Pat B
43:19
What is the drinking game?
Kendra Posch
43:21
Double cheers!
Thomas
43:28
partial to Old Thunder myself... Belloc is my favorite. sorry GK
Nancy Brown
43:39
Anytime they say unprecedented you may drink
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
43:50
I'm distracted by all you Chestertonian chatters! Chattertonians?
Grettelyn
43:50
if they say “unprecedented” or unconventional or something, drink
Jeff Rembold
44:04
I'm drinking some of my own homebrew every time they say it!
Kendra Posch
44:05
I say, drink at “Chesterton” too ;)
Grettelyn
44:10
or just listen for Dale’s cup ;)
Noel Culbertson
44:11
I agree, Kendra
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
44:19
HI, Noel!!
Noel Culbertson
44:47
Hi Rebekah!!
Pat B
44:50
This talk is un-precedented.
Noel Culbertson
44:55
I can’t wait to see you this summer
Dylan
44:56
Every time Mr. Pearce references Lord of the Rings
Nancy Brown
44:58
*cheers*
Grettelyn
45:05
or crisis
Kendra Posch
45:10
*salut*
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
45:14
Turning off chat now so I can listen to JP! You people! <3
curtjester
45:20
Cheers Nancy
Nancy Brown
45:28
Hi Jeff!
Jeff Rembold
45:38
Hi!
Monica Sharman
46:14
Valerii, how do I turn off chats?
Eve Bergez
46:22
+Hello Curt jester and all from Eve Bergez
curtjester
46:46
Hi Eve
Nancy Brown
46:48
If you’d like to close the chat box, merely click the red dot upper left
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
46:56
Not sure. Have not succeeded. I tried hiding it, but it still pops up.
Noel Culbertson
46:56
Monica, click the chat icon in the center of the screen
Noel Culbertson
53:11
*cheers*
Steve Miller
53:26
cheers
John Hissong Cleveland
53:27
WHO has acquitted itself very poorly in this crisis, covering up for China in the beginning. The infectious disease people I’ve talked to are almost as distrustful of WHO as they are of China.
Kevin O'Brien
53:42
If Trump had been impeached, would he have been un-presidented?
Michael Koncsics
53:55
cheers!
John Hissong Cleveland
54:00
We have a paronomasiac amongst us.
Lydia Smith
54:07
THAT DOES NOT COUNT.
Thomas
54:17
that was excellent Kevin O
Noel Culbertson
54:28
Hi Kevin!
Grettelyn
54:35
hi Kevin! :)
Amy Zaleski
54:41
I remember Rick Santorum!
Nancy Brown
54:44
Hi Kevin!
Jeff Rembold
54:46
Hey, if the drink is good (why should it not be?), it counts!
Lydia Smith
55:20
That's fair.
Noel Culbertson
55:55
https://jpearce.co
Eve Bergez
56:07
So true Joseph!
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
56:37
Nothing like fear to encourage big government.
Grettelyn
57:34
very true
Thomas
57:59
lol we can't in MI right now. I can go buy weed right now but I can't go to the garden center to plant my own weedy garden
Kim Wittel
58:35
With all our PA State Liquor stores closed, people are flocking to the local distilleries, who are suddenly doing very well!
Grettelyn
58:37
just make sure you’re buying local weed ;)
Thomas
58:39
turnips bad, cannabis double plus good I guess
Annika DeMaster
58:49
Look for your local farmer!
Noel Culbertson
58:49
*cheers*
Francis Milligan
59:04
“small is still beautiful “ by Joseph pearce
Anne Roundtree
59:05
Good one, Kevin!
Kurt Carter
59:14
the test of every civilization is the point below which the weakest and most unfortunate are allowed to fall. Lord Asquith
Lydia Smith
59:14
Hi, Annika!
Annika DeMaster
59:28
Hello!
Jon Wright
59:32
Oh heyy
John Hissong Cleveland
59:35
By and large, the brunt of the fight against SARS-CoV-2 has been born by the states. Ohio, my home state, has done particularly well. This might bode well for the future, strengthening the states at the expense of the federal government.
Lydia Smith
59:37
Jon!
Lydia Smith
59:44
You're still alive there in NY!
Jon Wright
59:45
TMC represent!
Lydia Smith
01:00:00
That's why we boycott.
Michael Koncsics
01:00:12
Philly Chesterton, represent!
Noel Culbertson
01:00:13
Emma says, “Hi Jon Wright!”
Jon Wright
01:00:17
Its actually pretty good here
Lydia Smith
01:00:19
Are there other Thomas Morons here?
Ginny
01:00:22
Thank you to all of you from Virginia in St. Joseph, Michigan.
Noel Culbertson
01:00:26
PNW Chesterton present
Lydia Smith
01:00:40
:)
Noel Culbertson
01:00:46
One TMC’er here
Jeff Rembold
01:00:55
Rochesterton oresent
Lydia Smith
01:00:58
...only one?
Grettelyn
01:01:00
WPA society here
Noel Culbertson
01:01:05
One is at work
Lydia Smith
01:01:15
How dare she.
Grettelyn
01:01:17
wearing my Pittsburgh conference shirt
Dylan
01:01:20
Thomas Moron reporting for duty
Noel Culbertson
01:01:22
She’ll be here in a minute Lydia
Tyler
01:01:29
Another Moron here.
Lydia Smith
01:01:35
Oh! Hah. Thanks.
Noel Culbertson
01:01:46
Amen!
Grettelyn
01:01:52
👏
Steve Miller
01:02:02
Very good !!
Lydia Smith
01:02:06
That was unprecedented!
Thomas
01:02:06
excellent work J P
Molly H
01:02:07
Excellent talk!
Noel Culbertson
01:02:08
Had to refill my glass for the roast
Eve Bergez
01:02:11
Great Talk!
Molly H
01:02:20
Any Seton Home Study School students here??
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:02:29
Seriously, Dale.
Danny Muñiz
01:02:30
Reprise Wilde quotation
Thomas
01:02:34
burn!
Grettelyn
01:02:49
seconding Danny Muniz
Steve Strickland
01:02:55
What was the Wilde quote?
Peters Family
01:02:55
Seton schooling family here!
Noel Culbertson
01:03:08
cheers
John Hissong Cleveland
01:03:22
Wilde: Anarchy is liberty’s Judas.
Molly H
01:03:26
Awesome!! Hello, Peters family!
Steve Strickland
01:03:32
That's right!
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:03:42
Limitations that protect and preserve enlargement.
Grettelyn
01:03:43
thanks john! miss seeing you at the meetings
Claus Erik Jacob
01:03:59
Doesn`t distributism necessarly evolve into capitalism? I mean when capitalism started with local business
Molly H
01:04:04
I'm a poor high schooler! I'll buy ASAP!
John Hissong Cleveland
01:04:41
Miss you too, Grettelyn, and all the other folks in WPA. I hope we can meet virtually.
Noel Culbertson
01:04:59
Type your questions for the panelists here
John Hissong Cleveland
01:04:59
Support local take out restaurants. Many are desperate.
Claus Erik Jacob
01:05:21
already did
Kendra Posch
01:05:28
Got it, Claus!
Claus Erik Jacob
01:05:44
thanks
Thomas
01:05:49
+1 to Claus'...
Darren Szwajkowski
01:06:06
I get raw milk and locally raised grass fed beef
Jeff Rembold
01:06:08
Excellent book, that!
Noel Culbertson
01:06:08
Lydia… she’s here now. ;)
Lydia Smith
01:06:14
Hi, Torrey!
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:06:17
Basically craft beer and street tacos! The two basic food groups for my husband.
Darren Szwajkowski
01:06:17
didn’t have to worry about milk not being in the stores several weeks ago like some people went through
Darren Szwajkowski
01:06:28
I make my own beer
Noel Culbertson
01:06:35
And sourdough… Rebekah
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:06:42
YES! :)
Danny Muñiz
01:07:09
"Anarchy is freedom's...," what?
Norm
01:07:13
My interview with Joseph on behalf of ASP Connecticut: https://chouinardn.wordpress.com/2018/04/14/small-is-still-beautiful-economics-as-if-families-mattered/
Lydia Smith
01:07:27
Anarchy is freedom's own Judas.
Danny Muñiz
01:07:34
Thanks'
Lydia Smith
01:07:53
Prego.
Kevin O'Brien
01:07:58
Parishes could also become insurers of their parishioners, or at least dioceses could, avoiding the contraception mandate of Obamacare, etc.
Thomas
01:08:04
10% of our covid checks to charity, if we can afford to do it. cast our bread...
John Hissong Cleveland
01:08:14
In the Midwest, many, many parishes, especially old ethnic parishes have a rich history of parish credit unions.
Lydia Smith
01:08:49
He always does play the devil's advocate...
Peter Ohotnicky
01:08:53
In Detroit Metro, check out Alliance Catholic Credit Union: www.alliancecatholic.com
Grettelyn
01:08:54
distributism only devolves into capitalism when it get big and, instead of being owned by the employees, is owned by one person. capitalism is fundamentally different in that way. capitalism’s is about the concentration of ownership to the point of monopoly in the hands of one person. distributism is always geared toward small scale, wide scale ownership
Thomas
01:09:26
woohoo accu, my credit union too.
Aleksandra
01:09:46
sun shines on good and evil
Lydia Smith
01:09:49
*cheers*
Noel Culbertson
01:10:15
Feel free to comment any questions here and we will get them to the Troubadours!
Kevin O'Brien
01:10:17
Those darned Irish!!!
Michael Koncsics
01:10:23
Q: Do we have to lower expectations sometimes in going local? (Eg. A local film would find it hard to compete.) Or are we working on a different scale altogether?
Thomas
01:10:26
it's so nice to be amongst such excellent hobbits here, God bless you all
Paul Corrigan
01:10:30
Thanks Kevin!
Lydia Smith
01:10:42
Careful, boys.....
Noel Culbertson
01:10:54
Got it Michael
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:11:01
We can't be utopian!
Christopher Childers
01:12:00
Ypu’re seeing that in the US response to COVID-19. It’s governors, not the president, who are driving the mitigation efforts.
Lydia Smith
01:13:22
Oh, Dr. Fahey, I have missed that smirk of yours.
Lydia Smith
01:13:48
*cheers*
Lydia Smith
01:13:55
cheers...
Dylan
01:14:03
cheers
Noel Culbertson
01:14:05
Cheers!
Lydia Smith
01:14:20
cheersX2
Lydia Smith
01:14:29
X4
Noel Culbertson
01:14:31
cheers
Michael
01:14:33
The cabal between federal/state governments and insurance companies drives up price. analogous to what has happened in higher education
Michael Koncsics
01:14:34
Q: Comment on the need for a global church while encouraging localism.
Lydia Smith
01:14:48
Ah! Need a refill!
Kendra Posch
01:14:55
Got it, Michael!
Jeff Beyer
01:14:59
true!
Claus Erik Jacob
01:15:18
Aristotel thought so. I agree
Kevin O'Brien
01:15:19
Great question, Daniel! This webinar is "local" in a sense - a group of likeminded people.
John Hissong Cleveland
01:15:29
The National Health Service in Britain originated in a reaction to the 1918 influenza epidemic and the problems with patchwork response to that medical crisis. It’s clearly a disaster now.
Andrew Whiskeyman
01:15:49
Small should not mean tiny. It should mean an organization at the smallest "practical" level to handle a problem. Some things MUST be organized higher. Common defense is one of those. The Papacy is another.
Steve Strickland
01:17:09
It starts with the family, which for the most part is a geographically local unit.
Lydia Smith
01:18:05
We'd have barfights...ah, the good ol' days.
Underhill
01:18:11
5G is impeded by oxygen molecules. These energized O2 molecules called singlets will not bind to FE (iron) in our hemoglobin
Lydia Smith
01:18:18
cheers
Steve Strickland
01:18:22
Family. Parish. Pub.
Travis
01:18:26
Hi Steve!
Kevin O'Brien
01:18:30
Next February, Daniel!!!
Michael Koncsics
01:18:31
Four Man Feast!
Steve Strickland
01:18:34
Hey, Travis!
Andrew Whiskeyman
01:18:42
Technology is an aid, but not a panacea. There is a je ne sais quoi to being physically present....
Noel Culbertson
01:18:45
Bottoms up, Joseph
curtjester
01:18:50
Yo Steve
Steve Strickland
01:18:59
Jeff!
John Hissong Cleveland
01:20:21
There is a great practicality to local charity. I can help my physical neighbor, as I did yesterday, by ushering a cold lost child back to his home. I can’t do that online.
Underhill
01:20:59
Yeast proteins in the lab are ‘refolded’ into prions by striking with an emf field.
Noel Culbertson
01:21:45
#truth
Kevin O'Brien
01:21:46
Amen, Chris.
Kendra Posch
01:21:53
Best quote: “Go kiss your wife"
Jeff Beyer
01:22:10
🌹💖🌹
Christopher Childers
01:22:13
The technology exacerbates it, but the source of the problem is as old as Adam.
Steve Strickland
01:22:32
Yes, Catholic Twitter can definitely be toxic.
Aleksandra
01:22:36
exactly...same here
Underhill
01:22:48
Dr. Jack Kruse, MD lectures on the dangers of 5G
Steve Strickland
01:22:55
Amen, Joseph!
Kendra Posch
01:23:03
Chesterton says that technology needs to be a tool or a toy. Just read a great chapter about it in Dale’s book, Uncommon Sense
Noel Culbertson
01:23:11
Amen
Aleksandra
01:23:13
Aquila’s says spiritual communion does not have as much grace as physical
Michael
01:23:18
life is always about balance, in the past …too much time at the pub…present…too much time on-line
Aleksandra
01:23:19
aquinas
Underhill
01:23:34
Defense Research made a RF crowd control cannon that instantly causes nausea
Jon Wright
01:23:41
Mr. Pearce (or anyone), how would you respond to James Madison's theory (cf. Federalist Papers no. 10) that localization breeds factional radicalism due to a lack of a geographically diverse plurality, and that the way to solve it is through layered govt?
John Hissong Cleveland
01:23:43
Nancy, or whoever is hosting this. We have a zoombomber in our midst. Can you eject Underhill.
curtjester
01:23:48
The big shop is not the best shop
Noel Culbertson
01:23:49
Too much margarita…
Peter Ohotnicky
01:24:05
Spending time on your "God-ject"...that's rich!
Aleksandra
01:24:15
I like this concept
Underhill
01:24:16
CIA studied whether changing cell signals can calm communities in time of crises
Steve Miller
01:24:42
And the word became flesh....we need real contact...but we do the best we can during unprecedented times.
Eve Bergez
01:24:52
Please discuss the idea of guilds, especially in the time of instability.
Jake Bersabe
01:24:55
Every dollar we spend is a moral act
Jeff Beyer
01:24:56
cheers
Kevin O'Brien
01:25:02
But the global Church is also local.
Molly H
01:25:11
Deo gratias!
Andrew Whiskeyman
01:25:20
amen
Michael Koncsics
01:25:28
Latin is a global language.
Jeff Rembold
01:25:29
Exactly Kevin. Christ is one after all!
Noel Culbertson
01:25:57
cheers
Andrew Whiskeyman
01:26:38
Capitalism is not necessarily bad - unbridled greed is bad. It is the misuse of a good that becomes problematic...
Claus Erik Jacob
01:27:15
Thanks. Cheers
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:27:17
Yes, Chesterton wants more capitalists … Dale beat me
Noel Culbertson
01:27:35
You need a mic Rebekah
Nancy Brown
01:27:50
Essay on the Restoration of Property by Hilaire Belloc
Christopher Childers
01:27:56
“Every dollar we spend is a moral act.” Yes, but to what extent has that idea been weaponized recently. See the furor against Chick-fil-a. To put it in a homely manner, can’t we just but a chicken sandwich? Is even that a moral statement?
Jeff Beyer
01:28:05
but not the kind of capitalists we most often see in America
Thomas
01:28:06
restoration of property is an excellent book. yea! more Belloc!
Michael Koncsics
01:28:14
Q: Has a global business ever gradually morphed into (a coalition?) of many local businesses?
Laura Cecil
01:28:30
Can you explain how to do be local during pandemic: items like hand sanitizer and hand soap-even if we make them they come from bigger corporations
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:28:35
Noel ,I need Dale's margarita. ;)
Christopher Childers
01:29:00
Mr. Koncsics, The Bell System did, for a while, by mandate of the government. :)
Noel Culbertson
01:29:03
Have you ever had one?? They’re amazing
Noel Culbertson
01:29:23
Dale’s margaritas = delicious
Kendra Posch
01:29:34
Are they Dale’s…or Laura's??
Noel Culbertson
01:29:59
By Dale for Laura
Lydia Smith
01:30:04
cheers
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:30:06
No! We buy local margaritas here in Texas, ;) Seriously, no. Must try!
Jeff Beyer
01:30:08
we should all go to Dale's on Cinco de Mayo. oh, wait😕
Amy Zaleski
01:30:19
I would never be able to spend time with any of you without technology and the corona virus!! Praise God!
Michael Koncsics
01:30:21
Thanks, Christopher!
Rebekah
01:30:29
Q: any tips on how we who are stuck at home without our usual outlets, like stay-at-home mothers, can find social time/outlets without relying on gadgets too much?
Dylan
01:30:32
I live in a very dichotomous community that mostly consists of large nationwide franchises or local business that artificially inflate their prices as they cater to very wealthy tourists and locals. There are a few local businesses run by devout Christians but those were also the ones to shut down first vecause of the pandemic.
Lydia Smith
01:30:53
oooooooooh
Molly H
01:31:00
Sounds interesting, Daniel!
Noel Culbertson
01:31:01
Fahey likes that one...
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:31:04
Love it. Sounds wonderful.
Noel Culbertson
01:31:10
Cheers
Kendra Posch
01:31:12
I’m looking forward to that talk!!
Michael Koncsics
01:31:20
https://wyomingcatholic.edu/wp-content/uploads/Learning-How-to-See-Again-Pieper.pdf
Lydia Smith
01:31:23
YES.
Nancy Brown
01:31:23
Thanks everyone for coming and chatting
Thomas
01:31:29
thank you all!
Lydia Smith
01:31:36
GOd bless! Happy Easter, everyone!
Jeff Beyer
01:31:37
wonderful!
Noel Culbertson
01:31:43
Thank you so much!
Kendra Posch
01:31:47
This is one of the best ways to shake my cabin fever!
Lee and Rebekah Valerius
01:31:53
First time my husband got to "be" with all of you! So much fun.
Nancy Brown
01:31:55
These are recorded for anyone who missed it
Christopher Childers
01:31:59
Thank you all!
Nancy Brown
01:32:03
Hi Lee!
Nancy Brown
01:32:08
Thanks for coming
John Hissong Cleveland
01:32:15
You can also replay at 2X speed. Takes half the time.
Martin
01:32:17
Thought Underhill got on the wrong bus
Monica Sharman
01:32:31
Michael K, thank you for that wyomingcatholic link.
Nancy Brown
01:32:34
Underhill caught the wrong bus for sure!
Aleksandra
01:32:42
nice
Noel Culbertson
01:32:42
Amen
Alice Gunther
01:32:42
Thank you. This was very good. Looking forward to next week.
Lydia Smith
01:32:43
AMEN.
Kevin O'Brien
01:32:44
Happy Holidays?
curtjester
01:32:52
So glad this exists, I was going through withdrawals from Chesterton society meetings
Jeff Rembold
01:32:55
Happy Easter all! Nice work, Troubadours!
Noel Culbertson
01:32:55
Happy Holy-days
Nancy Brown
01:33:25
It is still Easter! Happy Easter1
Molly H
01:33:33
Happy Easter!
Steve Strickland
01:33:39
Happy Easter, all!
curtjester
01:33:45
Nancy, it is Liturgical Groundhogs Octave
John Hissong Cleveland
01:33:51
We do have a global incarnation. He exists in every tabernacle in every church, and in the heart of every one in union with his Mystical Body.
Jeff Beyer
01:33:55
ling feast till Pentecost!
Amy Zaleski
01:33:55
alleluia!!
Samwise G
01:34:03
Thank you for this wonderful talk!! The beard looks great! : )
Stephanie Miller
01:34:12
A good way to support local businesses is to mail-order items from local stores still shipping. My daughter needed ballet shoes and I found out that the local dance shoppe could send them. Better than giving money to amazon for something that I can get from my own city.
Nancy Brown
01:34:25
Jeff—that’s great!!
Amy Zaleski
01:34:35
IS Risen!!
Noel Culbertson
01:34:38
GKC, pray for us
Peters Family
01:34:39
Thank you so much! Happy Easter!
Rebekah
01:34:39
ooh, good idea, Stephanie!
Steve Strickland
01:34:40
Thanks for the great talk, Joseph!
Noel Culbertson
01:34:42
Thank you
Steve Strickland
01:34:45
Good night!
Kendra Posch
01:34:45
Alleluia!
Claus Erik Jacob
01:34:45
thanks
Nancy Brown
01:34:47
Good night!