The Dominican and the deacon

I survived my hour on the Catholic Channel this afternoon, and here’s the photographic evidence: me with the kindly host, Fr. Bruno.  After the show, I took him to Ted’s Montana Grill for lunch.  Since it’s Friday, and he’s a saintly Dominican, Bruno had a fried fish sandwich.  I was tempted by the bison burger, but went with Ted’s Chopped Salad.  A good time was had by all.  I’ll post a link to our conversation when it’s available on line.  Thank you for the hospitality, Fr. B!

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  1. I heard a little of your participation. Congrats! I have to say that your voice does match my idea of it, first time I hear you. I hope to meet you some time in person, because the electronic media puts a ‘gap’ to reality. Somehow it’s like watching a movie star, not really part of every day reality, if you get what I mean.

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