News We can thank God for beer and burgundy by Jeffrey Miller May 20, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller May 20, 2005 The Beer man has a column on Trappist’s Beers. And by the way did you know there is a Chesterton Beer Mug? Which of course contains his quotation "We can thank God for beer and burgundy by not drinking too much of them." 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Possible veto? next post POPe Music You may also like Readers’ Choice Awards January 13, 2011 The Holy Pidgeon? August 26, 2004 Brazil robbers make priest victim swear on Bible January 30, 2004 U.S. court rules priests are not Holy See... August 21, 2012 Pres. Bush meets the Pope June 4, 2004 Here and There August 5, 2008 My bishop April 9, 2005 Congratulations are in order August 16, 2003 Must be a slow news week February 1, 2007 It makes no sense September 22, 2005 4 comments Tony Miller May 20, 2005 - 3:47 pm We can also thank God for Trappist caskets. They make them of either pine or hardwood, for a very reasonable price. That’s what I want to be buried in. Reply St. Peter's Helpers May 20, 2005 - 4:18 pm Maybe the Trappists can send a sample case to the Pope just like Stuttgart Brewery did. Ought not His Holiness drink beer made by holy hands? Not! His favorite drink is O.J. Reply Suzanne May 22, 2005 - 10:45 pm Thanks to Tony for mentioning the Trappist caskets. They look great, and I can’t believe the prices. A while back, my husband and I had to plan the funeral of a relative who’d said she wanted a wooden casket, and I can assure you what was available at the funeral home didn’t look any better than these and cost a lot more. Next time I have to buy a casket–please God, not any time soon–I may well order one of these. Reply Dominick, the bold Fenian March 14, 2006 - 12:12 pm They should make a Hilaire Belloc wine holder. “Wherever the Catholic sun doth shine, There’s music and laughter and good red wine.” God Bless, Dom Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.