It was so fun to visit with the wonderful people at CatholicTV yesterday and to be a guest on their live morning show, This Is the Day. You can watch my interview right here!
I feel compelled to look up this video, show it to my children, and say, “NO.”
(I turned this video off in a panic the first time I attempted to watch it. I had little kids looking over my shoulder and I thought I saw something inappropriate. I did not. Fr. Leo is a little cheeky, maybe, but not inappropriate.)
A stunning video, illustrating the power of confession, made by students at John Paul the Great Catholic University, as an entry in the i-confess.com contest sponsored by the Archdiocese of New York.
Yesterday, Eamon had a song in mind that he wanted to buy on iTunes so he asked me to check the lyrics for him (I always preview lyrics before allowing kids to purchase music).
He didn’t know the artist and had only heard part of the song as bumper music on a radio talk show, but it’s been my experience that it usually only takes a little bit of Googling to find the lyrics to any song, even if we only know part of it.
This time, however, when I searched for the words he remembered, “Spinnin n’ Reelin in Love,” plus “lyrics” I came up with nothing.
I Googled. I iTuned. And finally YouTubed. There it was.
Creed Bratton, of course. From The Office. And yes, the lyrics do seem to be just fine.