Monday, September 17, 2012

YLC 2012 - A Joliet Vocations Story


My friend Kim, posted this on her blog and I just had to share, it had me laughing and dancing in my seat!!  Our computer is finally up and working after a summer basically without it!  (it was up for a day last week, then down again, just enough time for me to charge my i-pod)  SO, hopefully, I'll have some time to post once in a while!

Until, then, watch this til the end, it's great!

7 comments:

  1. It's SOOOOOO good to see you back!!! This had me laughing in the very early morning hours this morning! Thank you for sharing. Can't wait to read more of your great posts and see how much little Sims and the rest of the kids have grown~

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  2. Had to check this out, since we're in the Joliet Diocese. It was so funny! Watched it with my 10 year old daughter who attended Totus Tuus at our parish this summer, and now I see why she loved that program so much! She recognized some of the people in the video from her TT camp.

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  3. That was so sweet.
    I love the priests dancing. They've got some moves!
    Looking forward to seeing you more...I MISS YOU!
    Enjoyed seeing you IRL. Sims is so cute and fuzzy. Take care

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  4. Jamie, thanks for posting that. This is my diocese and my daughter is friends with the young man who introduced the skit. What a great group of young men!! God Bless

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  5. I watched it three times only before I posted it on my Facebook. They did a great job and it is always so fun to catch our attention by using pop culture songs in a story. I was friends with guys in seminary when I was in college. The one common thread with most priests is that their is that girl that they dumped to pursue their vocation. Thank you so much for sharing!

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  6. I enjoyed it as well Jamie and it is a joy to see you posting again. Say hi to all your lovely family.

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  7. I was sent this via e-mail....so funny. :)

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