Friday, September 19, 2014

MY HERO'S BLOOD LIQUIFIED TODAY IN MY PLACE OF BIRTH!

 This is the main interior of Napoli's Cathedral! When I went into last year to pray for my knee, I recalled being there as a two year old with my father!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very cool! Does it liquify often?

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

Every year on his feast day , 9/19 and if it doesn't bad omen for Naples.

Anonymous said...

SUPER creepy. I don't believe it.

Anonymous said...

EVERY year....and if it DOESN'T don't fit very well together do they?

Flavius Hesychius said...

"DOESN'T don't fit very well together do they?"

Comment?

Anonymous said...

If it "liquifies" EVERY year, there would be no years when it DOESN'T. These two comments don't fit together very well. The contradict one another... Get it?

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

yes, every year it liquefies except on those years when it doesn't. Get it? :)

Anonymous said...

Kind of like this....Every day I am faithful to my wife....or...every day I observe my vow of celibacy....except for days when I don't.

Is that it?

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

It may make your blood run cold, but yes! A+

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

Your blood may run cold every day except on the days it doesn't.

Flavius Hesychius said...

"If it "liquifies" EVERY year, there would be no years when it DOESN'T. These two comments don't fit together very well. The contradict one another... Get it?"

Yes, now. Before I saw "doesn't" and "don't" right next to one another and could not interpret the sentence.

Excusez-moi, mais mon anglais n'est pas parfait.

Sorry I asked. You don't have to be an ass explaining it.

Anonymous said...

Last try....If my blood runs cold EVERY DAY, there ARE NO DAYS WHEN IT DOESN'T.

OK that's all...

Gene said...

But, Anonymous, this does not answer the question as to whether your blood ever runs hot. You see, your blood may run hot for part of the day and cold the rest of the time. Not to mention the fact that around 86 degrees is clinical death, and 86 degrees is not normally thought of as cold. Perhaps we need a better definition and a more precise statement of just how and when your blood runs cold.