It’s Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Atonement. Although I’m not Jewish, I like the concept of a Day of Reflection and Redemption. It seems to be similar to Confession in Catholicism. With Atonement, you are revisiting the things that are troubling you that no one knows about besides you. Baring your soul and seeking forgiveness for past mistakes in judgment. We all make mistakes. We all fail. This is reconciling!
Today's Newsletter Topics, A Very Curious Survey and …We’re Back from Rome & the Vatican and We Found Lots of New Items for those of you who Asked by Sending in Notes, Cards, Letters, and the SASE's - Wait 'til you see the pile of mail! BEAUTIFUL!
We’re on our pilgrimage and thought we’d share a fun interactive quiz where there are actual correct answers, unlike the "Who’s Your Saint Quizzes" we answer with ideas and suggestions. No wrong answers, no wrong responses, just a heartfelt conversation is what we offer with the Who’s Your Saint Quiz! That’s why we fall behind sometimes. We give our Replies to Your Quiz, a thoughtful reply!
We decided to follow Gary’s advice and add a new brand name, SaintsforHope. It takes you straight to our website. We will be tinkering and making some additions and corrections. The funny thing is, Gary was prescient! If you watch our very first video clip, you will hear that Rob ends it with the word “HOPE.” It’s all very cyclical. So, if you know one of those people who says, “I’m not a sinner!” you can smile and say, “Visit SaintsforHope.com and there’s HOPE available there!”
May 13 Newsletter – These 3 Things …. Plus, we have NEW SAINT MEDALS AND A NEW STORE – THE GROTTO in Portland, Oregon!
Every Wednesday, we are off Veteran’s Boulevard in Metairie, Louisiana from 2 til 7pm for the Lafreniere Park Farmers and Arts Market.
It has been a very long year. The protection from virus Saints, Sebastian and Rocco, may or may not have been asleep at the wheel since last March. But, things are a bit better.