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So the Catholic Priest wipes out his iPhone at Mass

Catholic Priest using technology
Father Benjamin wiped out his iPhone while delivering the Homily yesterday.

 

What inspired me about Father Benjamin using his iPhone to read some scripture to support his Homily was how untraditional it was.

There had to be older parishioners who gasped.

You know, “Kids these days with their devices, blah, blah, blah.”

Yeah, and adults these days with their divorce rates, obesity, and hypocrisy.

Anyway, Father Benjamin’s passion for his message yesterday resonated with a 59-year old Dad in the very back row.

 

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i hope i never become one of “those people”

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So grateful to have technology in my life.

 

Remember a time when there wasn’t a phone?

Of course not.

But there once was a time when the telephone was impossible.

Saying technology is ruining “the way it used to be” is tempting, especially for the people who don’t invest the time and effort to become proficient.

i hope i never become one of “those people”.

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The Internet Has Changed Us

The Internet Has Changed Us. The more things change, the more they stay the same.

What feels different to working people over 30, I think, is that as we grew up, the speed of change didn’t feel nearly as fast as it does now.

Everything seems to be faster and perhaps smarter. Everything except our common sense.

What’s common sense is rarely common practice. Ya with me?

Why? Darned if I know. I have my theories, but I won’t bore you with them now.

Do you know? Anyway, hurry up and carpe diem, jeff noel 🙂