When in Rome...
I began my sermon yesterday with:
Most of you know that my wife and daughter and I are just back this Tuesday from 21 days in Italy and France. During that trip, as on other trips abroad, we wanted to fit in, adapting to the local culture best we could. But we kept being spotted as tourists from roughly a mile away. This changed during our stay. All we had to do was drive out into the countryside and take off our clothes.Follow this link to read the rest of the sermon, When in Rome...
That’s a true story, but I’ll come back to it. First, we need to consider why it was that everyone knew we were tourists and not only tourists, but...
It's a bit of a cheesy intro to the sermon, but I think it worked all in all. Below are some photos from our recent trip to Italy and France that I am sharing here for no particular reason other than I like them. For those of you tired of hearing of my vacation, I have only three more blog posts from the trip before we return to regular programming.
The Rev. Frank Logue
A neighbor out for a walk in Todi, Italy where we spent a week
The view out our window in Provence and
a waterfall to which we hiked near Sallernes, France
Window in a vine covered wall in Villecroze, France
near an apartment where we spent a week