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  • MattB

    You look like you lost a little weight(Not saying that you were fat cause you’re not) 🙂

    • Guest

      Hi Matt,
      Hey i was thinking, i don’t know if you read the “dawkins letters” but i’m sure you’d find it interesting. there’s an online webpage for it; http://www.bethinking.org/atheism/the-dawkins-letters. also for my e-mail sometimes i think you have to put your info in twice as the “captcha” doesn’t always appear the first time. http://2fish.co/home/about/ask-a-priest/

      • MattB

        thanks for the link! I know Dawkins can be a bit angry and vile in his presentations.

        • Guest

          Hey, if you get a chance listen to this too. Morgan converted in 08 but then converted to Catholicism in 12. you may have heard of it but it is really interesting; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uH4jPENcdk

          • MattB

            I’ll take a look:)

          • Guest

            Thanks Matt!

          • Guest

            i hope you were listening carefully Matt,
            Pax,
            Fr.Sean

  • Vienna

    • You got it right – sorry I took so long to say it here, although I did mention it in a separate post!

  • Anne T

    I am going with Budapest, but that is because that is what it says on the trailer in one of your pictures.

    • I think the cathedral is St Stephen’s in Vienna. But the others I don’t recognize. I was only there once many years ago.

      • Anne T

        Yes, that is St. Stephen’s. The roof pattern is distinctive.