01 December 2007

Happy New Year!

After reading the title of this entry, you may be a bit confused. You may wonder if I've written one too many papers and my brain has turned to goo (in reality, it's more like 23587093847642 too many papers, but moving on...) You may wonder why on earth I am wishing everyone a Happy New Year.

I'm not crazy, I promise.

It is, in fact, that time of year. Time to bust out the kazoos, confetti, and rosaires. And so I say to one and all....

Happy Liturgical New Year!

That's right, folks, advent is the liturgical new year, the re-setting of the Church year, the new beginning for matters of faith. In keeping with the traditions of New Year celebrations, I've decided to compile a short list of Liturgical New Year Resolutions:

1) Go to church more often (Bible majors are still college students who enjoy sleeping in, trust me)
2) Pray more often (see previous entry)
3) Update blog more often

I'll probably add some more, but I say the fewer you have, the more likely you are to keep them.


Anonymous said...

looking forward to new liturgical blogs. B

Anonymous said...

I'm looking forward to champange and a cake in the shape of the Bible. ::pop:: Hoorayyyy.