Scarce posting due to college. Everyone is sick, even my teachers. Right now, I would normally be in my English class, but my professor came down with a cold and now I get an hour in the computer lab. I, of course, could be using my time for more productive activities, but I'd hate to deprive any of you of what was going on in my daily life.

I'm a little sick myself, and I'm doing my best to battle it. I'm trying to keep hydrated, and I sleep with my ceiling fan off at night. It gets unbearably hot in my room, but it seems to lessen my sore throat in the morning.

This week has been pretty interesting. I checked out Answers Not Promises by Mother Angelica and Christine Allison. I highly recommend it to anybody who deals with issues like habitual sin, jealousy or other serious moral problems. It is easy reading and should be an enjoyable book for all members of the family. I can easily say this book has changed my life for the better.

This past saturday, a priest loved in my archdiocese, a Fr. John Petuskey, went to his eternal reward. Please keep him in your prayers. I didn't know him that well, but apparently, he was responsible for founding the Catholic Student Center at UCO.

I think I'll be serving mass at the Center today. We have been without it for about three weeks, thanks to Fr. Francis' busy schedule, and his illness. I wish I was smart enough to connect today's first reading with the gospel. Can anybody out there help me?

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