Link May the force be with you, and also with you by Jeffrey Miller June 18, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller June 18, 2006 Blogger and seminarian Jeff Geerling has put together Duel of the Seminarians. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Mr. Smith goes away f rom Washington next post Alien mind control in the Philippines? You may also like Catholic Bloggers: Are We the 1st Corinthians of... September 6, 2012 Here and There March 13, 2008 When you love somebody August 6, 2012 Pass the Fried Chicken December 8, 2010 Misconceptions on contraception November 14, 2002 Learning to “exorcise” the so-called “spirit of Vatican... June 3, 2013 Vociferous Yawpings has moved March 17, 2004 Consubstantial with the Father January 24, 2013 Caption December 3, 2006 Superbowl February 1, 2004 4 comments Fr. Erik Richtsteig June 18, 2006 - 4:57 pm I light of the recent USCCB vote, shouldn’t it be: “May the force be with you, and with your spirit”? Fr. John June 19, 2006 - 8:27 am Brillant!!! Kenrick- Glennon was my home for 4 years before I got ordained. I know some of those involved in the film, just hilarious !! Guadalupe June 19, 2006 - 10:06 am I’ve never seen a seminary, so seeing glimpses of this beautiful place was a bonus! My kids are happy to see that seminarians DO have some fun (outside the “normal” parameters)! Jeff Geerling June 19, 2006 - 10:10 am Thanks for posting this! We always try to have a little fun here and there; you wouldn’t want our lives to get boring, would you? But, on a more serious note, I think it’s always a good thing for people to realize that Seminarians are people, too, and we do more than pray and go to Mass; we study, we play sports, we have hobbies, etc. I think a lot of vocations are not brought to fulfillment because a young man believes his talents are better served elsewhere besides the Seminary. In truth, God will make use of every person if that person simply follows God’s calling. Comments are closed.