Monday, July 21, 2008

The greatest compliment I have received

Lately with my two articles in the National Catholic Register here and here, I have become the recipient of many compliments from friends, and strangers alike. I cherish these, and they inspire my writing. Yesterday, however, I received a compliment which means even more to me. A devout and holy priest who I spoke with after he offered the Traditional Mass discovered that I was the one who wrote Causa Nostrae Laetitiae, when we discussed that my name Leticia means "joy".He told me that he reads my blog to get the "latest news for Catholics", and asked me where I find the time. I told him I gave up most of my TV viewing.
I try to remain true to the Magesterium and keep my readers abreast of some important news items important to Catholics who want to transform this culture, so to hear that Father is able to read this blog without finding glaring errors, and possibly even learn something new from my sources, is the highest compliment I could ever receive.
If you are reading this, Father, please remember if I ever write anything which conflicts with Catholic teaching, I want you to let me know. May God bless your ministry, Father, I will pray for you.

4 comments:

+JMJ+ said...

Deserved!

Count me among your fans, laiety that I am... :)

Patrick Archbold said...

That is terrific! Keep up the good work!

A Voice in the Crowd said...

Could that be Fr. John McCartney, the scourge of the devil?

Leticia said...

No, he heard about my blog from his inside sources long ago.