I feel like I’ve just stepped across the threshold of my new college room.
There are room mates already settled in, and I wonder if there is some kind of arcane initiation ceremony. Is anybody home?
I’m delighted to join the happy band of pilgrims blogging here at Patheos. For some time I have rubbed shoulders in the blogosphere with the Dark Lord Mark Shea-uman and I’ve known Kathy Schiffer for a long time–we once went to a Chinese restaurant in Ann Arbor with Joseph Pearce. The Crescat I know from visits to Belmont Abbey, and the others I have yet to meet in the flesh.
I want to welcome all my regular readers to my new home. I hope before too long to be zipping around WordPress with no problems, and I want to use this new chapter in the life of Standing on My Head to expand the blog and interact with various other projects I’ve got going.
I’m off to Providence RI again this week. This time to view some stained glass windows in a church in New York which we hope to buy for our new church in South Carolina, then I’m off to Worcester, MA to speak at the men’s conference there on Saturday on “Listen My Son–St Benedict for Fathers”. My companion is the intrepid Sid Tate–a parishioner and friend.