Link Blogging Ex Cathreda by Jeffrey Miller September 2, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller September 2, 2005 I assume this must be a parody blog, since as far as I know there is no Bishop of Norfolk, Va (correct me if I am wrong). 11 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post May the force be with you. And also with you. next post Who knew? You may also like Time Lord vs. Lord of Time August 25, 2014 Oh Happy Fault May 20, 2009 Ember Alert September 20, 2006 "You stay classy, Creation." December 13, 2006 Catholic Courses December 6, 2011 NPR marks ‘Kick a Catholic Week’ with new... February 16, 2012 In his own Hand June 11, 2004 Praying Lent February 26, 2003 Blogging ban? October 30, 2005 mercatornet December 5, 2005 11 comments Robert W. Clayton December 31, 1969 - 7:00 pm still not funny – pick another name for your little joke site Fr. Totton September 2, 2005 - 10:32 am Hmm, Bishop Leo of Norfolk? It sounds like a pick-up on the Malachi Martin novel Windswept House (a novel, which, even if half were true, would make one’s blood curdle!) Ron Rolling September 2, 2005 - 10:38 am The only dioceses in Virgina are Richmond and Arlingtion (info courtesy of the USCCB website). Seems we may have a parody blog similar to Musum Pontificalis. Jay Anderson September 2, 2005 - 11:52 am Does Bishop DiLorenzo know that Norfolk is no longer part of his diocese? At any rate, I’ve asked Bishop Leo when he plans to get around to straightening out all those heterodox parishes down in the Tidewater region. Dad29 September 2, 2005 - 4:59 pm It is presumptuous to assume that less than one-half of Windswept House is true. I was told by the galley-editor of the book that it’s actually 90% true. Hmmmmmmmm. Maggie September 2, 2005 - 6:48 pm Cute, He likes you Jeff. So far it seems pretty simple. Wonder what he is up to? You really can’t even tell which direction he will go yet. Venerable Aussie September 2, 2005 - 6:51 pm His Lordship (if he is one!) refers to a new vocations video released by the USCCB. It seems pretty %$#@-weak. But one of the first things one of my kids said when he got back from Cologne was “You’ve got to check out the ‘God in the Streets of New York’ video.” He saw it at the vocation.com cafe at Cologne (there was a huge Legionaries presence there apparently, and we found the video on their Vocation.com website). It was produced this year by the Archd.of NY Vocations Office and features Fr Groeschel among others. Once you see this one, you’ll want to ditch all those other crappy attempts. http://www.vocation.com/content-ajd.htm Jack Dwyer September 3, 2005 - 6:50 am Yep, sadly a fake… No Diocese of Norfolk (which didn’t ring alarm bells here because I have no idea of your Diocesan structure over there; if he’d tried say Diocese of Port Stephens here, I’d have immediately smelled a rat), and no Bishop Clayton anywhere; both according to the Catholic Hierarchy list as per now… Bishop Clayton, the Bishop you have when you don’t actually have a Bishop… Er, that’s in the True (i.e: Catholic) Church, of course! colleen September 3, 2005 - 7:14 am Just goes to show that if there isn’t a diocese of Norfolk there certainly should be! Elinor September 4, 2005 - 5:42 pm From time to time there’s talk of splitting the geographically immense Richmond diocese, of which the westernmost parish is further west than Detroit, into two or even three dioceses, but it hasn’t happened yet. I’d be in favor of leaving the Richmond-to-Charlottesville axis to Richmond, and making the Tidewater one see and Lynchburg another. As of now, however, there is no Roman Catholic bishop whose seat is Norfolk, Virginia. Frank Johnson October 20, 2005 - 2:39 am Good Service Comments are closed.