Friday, February 09, 2007

Props for Archdiocese of DC

We've taken shots at the Archbishop(s) of DC, so in a spirit of fairness, here's a good thing from that Archdiocese AND a suggestion for Milwaukee:

Thought you might like to share this good news with your readers: I take the Metro in to work every morning in DC. This morning, I was overjoyed to see in place of the usual ads for TV shows and gadgets, an invitation from the Archdiocese of Washington to come celebrate the sacrament of Confession. It included a link to this website: http://www.the-light-is-on.org/ , which takes you to links about how confession works and where to find a parish.

(Emailed to DomBet)

The website is a good idea! If combined with (ideals, ideals) Archdiocese-wide standard times for Confessions (e.g., 3:30-5:00 Saturdays, 6:30-8:00PM Wednesdays, and 30 minutes before all Sunday Masses,) it will work.

Not necessarily in Week One, or Month One. But it WILL work.

3 comments:

M.Z. Forrest said...

But there is more...

During Lent each parish will have a priest available for confessions between 7:00 and 8:30pm Wednesdays.

Mark Murphy said...

and how will this do any good?

Dad29 said...

It's a Catholic thing. If you have to ask, you may never know.