… and to all, a good night

You hear claims that Seattle is more “unchurched” than other major U.S. cities. Yet somehow, at least for the major religious celebrations, we Seattleites manage to fill the pews, if we so choose. Example in point, Holy Rosary 4 pm Christmas Eve service tonight, overflow SRO crowd by quarter till. Speaking of HR, its former pastor Father Jeffrey Sarkies continues to blog at least weekly, beautiful musings (as we’ve mentioned before) on faith and humanity, among other things, and we found his Christmas Eve message particularly touching. (Checking links for this post, we learned Fr. Sarkies moved to Arizona last month, after a surprise going-away party here in WS. Godspeed.)

1 Reply to "... and to all, a good night"

  • lightsplash December 25, 2006 (5:16 am)

    The Christmas Eve message from Father Jeffrey Sarkies is uplifting, indeed. I would not have known about it, but for you.
    Thank you again, WSB, for your year of blogging and for the year, at least, that you must have spent preparing for this task.
    Reading your updates has become part of my morning ritual.
    Merry Christmas!

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