Update on the Feast of Saint John Bosco

While I am nearing completion on my next article, which is now over forty pages long, I have another two to three hours of writing to do on it before I format it for posting, a process that can take about two hours in and of itself. The past two days were spent on the new commentary, which was started over the weekend, but the allergic reaction to the medical procedure that I underwent on January 15, 2020, got to be so bad by Tuesday, January 28, 2020, the Feast of Saint Peter Nolasco, that I had to go to a physician who diagnosed the reaction as allergic dermatitis. This is superb penance. Deo gratias. However, the allergic reaction did slow down my ability to write for a while.

Now, as I have noted, I am no longer republishing most of the spiritual reflections that have been published in To Live in Light of Eternity, Volume 1. I am, however, going to provide links to some of these reflections. Today is the Feast of Saint John Bosco, to whom my family has a fervent devotion, and I am thus providing you with a link to a brief and wholly inadequate reflection that was republished last year: Saint John Bosco: Ever Zealous for Souls Until the End.

By the way, has the naturalist circus ended yet? I have had too much else to do with my time.

Our Lady Help of Christians, pray for us.

Saint John Bosco, pray for us.