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#21 abruzzi51

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 10:53 AM

OnlyAfan, I think it's wonderful that you can find time in a busy day to stop in and pray.  Better yet, that you actually do take the opportunity to do it.  Too many of us that do have the time just don't do it.  

One comment, though.  Lighting a candle is not a ritual for luck.  It's meant for prayer and luck has nothing to do with God answering our prayers.  His answers to us are true gifts of grace, not luck.

OK, outta the pulpit for me.

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Posted 05 October 2006 - 11:07 PM

Abruzzi, you are too modest.  With your last name, I would expect nothing less than the red cap of a cardinal!

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Posted 06 October 2006 - 12:30 AM

don't really visit the soph site much, just wandered in----if you can't be inspired by the Pietas, indeed, all of the interior of Sacred Heart, but especially by the Pietas where you light the devotional candles, then you are impervious to religious inspiration. Also the statuary and stations of the cross. Charlie Weishaupt told me St Pats used to be the same way (especially the near life-size creche)  but they did away with all that during the 70s, when the communion rails went the way of the dodo bird. Sad, man, to think of all the faithful who've prayed there (at both places) St Pats is down and I think out, or at least seriously on the ropes (one mass per week) and Sacred Heart is hanging tough but it is sure sad to see the Head Start HQ there and think of all the generations of Spfld Catholics educated there. Just memories now--- you may not know it, but the brick bldg. next to Sacred Heart (now the rectory) was the original church. The first mass in the "new church" was 1895, so that rectory has to be one of the older standing churches in Spfld now that Ss. Peter & paul is gone. I heard the rectory is now inhabited by Sr Marylin Jean and is REALLY nice. Sad to see St Pats rectory meet the wrecking ball; I bet the church won't be there much longer.
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Posted 06 October 2006 - 03:00 PM

QUOTE (ispaiu @ Oct 5 2006, 10:30 PM)
Sad to see St Pats rectory meet the wrecking ball; I bet the church won't be there much longer.

It's future may not be destruction.  Both are lovely buildings.  Maybe they can be sold to another church.  It'd be better (in my opinion) for it to be deconsecrated and used for someone else's worship than to see it smashed to dust.
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Posted 09 October 2006 - 09:07 PM

was there a soph game tonight?
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Posted 07 November 2006 - 10:44 PM

QUOTE (Teetime @ Sep 29 2006, 06:53 PM)
Here are the Juniors this year. I think you will see some contributers in the bunch, and some that will be even bigger contributers in 2007:


2 Rob Mosher WR 5'9" 175 11
16 Joe Marrin OLB 6'2" 185 11
18 Grant Anderson WR/OLB 5'11" 185 11
25 Josh Gossard RB/DB 5'11" 175 11
28 Scott Kren OL/DL 6'0" 200 11
39 Jack Duncan FB/ILB 5'8" 205 11
40 Mitch Murphy FB/OLB 5'8" 170 11
43 Leonard Hubbard FB/ILB 6'1" 220 11
51 Matt Selvaggio OL/DL/ILB 5'11" 175 11
52 Kelby Jasmon OL/DL 5'11" 205 11
54 Zack Moore OL/DL 6'2" 195 11
55 Matt Sartore OL/DL 5'10" 210 11
60 Kevin Dallavis OL/DL 5'9" 180 11
61 Casey Daley OL/DL 6'0" 220 11
72 Shawn Young OL/DL 5'11" 265 11
74 Jeremy Adams OL/DL 6'2" 275 11
79 Zach Higdon OL/DL 6'3" 260 11
80 Victor Kimberlin DB 5'10" 145 11
90 Tanner Sommer WR/DB 6'0" 170 11

In 2003, when we finished 2nd in the state, and again in 2005 when we won state there were about 9 or 10 seniors on the roster. So while 19 might be a fairly small bunch, it's not uncommon. Hope I didn't miss anyone.

TeeTime....

my name is zach higdon, i am a current junior. on that roster it says im 6'3" 260, but that last years roster stats, i am currently 6'5" 275...

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we have a new addition to this junior class...Matt Alt transfered to our school and hes #65...hes about 6' prolly around 200

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Posted 07 November 2006 - 10:46 PM

QUOTE (Teetime @ Sep 29 2006, 06:53 PM)
Here are the Juniors this year. I think you will see some contributers in the bunch, and some that will be even bigger contributers in 2007:


2 Rob Mosher WR 5'9" 175 11
16 Joe Marrin OLB 6'2" 185 11
18 Grant Anderson WR/OLB 5'11" 185 11
25 Josh Gossard RB/DB 5'11" 175 11
28 Scott Kren OL/DL 6'0" 200 11
39 Jack Duncan FB/ILB 5'8" 205 11
40 Mitch Murphy FB/OLB 5'8" 170 11
43 Leonard Hubbard FB/ILB 6'1" 220 11
51 Matt Selvaggio OL/DL/ILB 5'11" 175 11
52 Kelby Jasmon OL/DL 5'11" 205 11
54 Zack Moore OL/DL 6'2" 195 11
55 Matt Sartore OL/DL 5'10" 240 11
60 Kevin Dallavis OL/DL 5'9" 180 11
61 Casey Daley OL/DL 6'0" 220 11
72 Shawn Young OL/DL 5'11" 265 11
74 Jeremy Adams OL/DL 6'2" 270 11
79 Zach Higdon OL/DL 6'5" 275 11
80 Victor Kimberlin DB 5'10" 145 11
90 Tanner Sommer WR/DB 6'0" 170 11

In 2003, when we finished 2nd in the state, and again in 2005 when we won state there were about 9 or 10 seniors on the roster. So while 19 might be a fairly small bunch, it's not uncommon. Hope I didn't miss anyone.

TeeTime....

we have a new addition to this junior class...Matt Alt transfered to our school and hes #65...hes about 6' prolly around 200...he plays OL/DE

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Posted 07 November 2006 - 11:03 PM

QUOTE (ctbftr1 @ Nov 7 2006, 08:46 PM)
we have a new addition to this junior class...Matt Alt transfered to our school and hes #65...hes about 6' prolly around 200...he plays OL/DE

From where did Mr. Alt transfer and on what date?  If he transferred directly from a public HS in SHG's 30-mile radius without his family moving to a new school district, he would be ineligible for one calendar year from the actual date of his transfer.
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Posted 08 November 2006 - 09:20 PM

Oldfan, he transferred from Hoopeston, hometown of Ohio State's Thad Matta.  He has an excellent work ethic and should have a good year next year.

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Posted 10 November 2006 - 08:38 AM

OldFan...

he came to our school last year for about the last half year. he was lifting with us all summer and working out. but during the summer he moved back for a lil while and then came back a week or two before our first game. he sat out the first two games because he didnt have the required 12 or 14 practices or however many it is in

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 12:10 PM

adrian cave is the best

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 12:54 PM

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adrian cave is the best


huh?

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:25 PM

QUOTE (jdurham @ Nov 22 2006, 11:54 AM)
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adrian cave is the best


huh?

he made me right that haha :lol:

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:27 PM

ahhh yes!  computer class the day before a holiday.  slackers!

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:28 PM

haha he is being lectured for eating chips in class haha this has been a fun day

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:28 PM

mrs seifeldt? (or however you spell that)

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:29 PM

mrs. young room 203

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:31 PM

:shocked:

don't know that she'll remember me.  eh, oh well.

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:33 PM

haha yea this has been a day of shortened classes because we had all school mass at 8:30 and they'll have a pep rally for us football players at 2:28

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Posted 22 November 2006 - 01:38 PM

well, as you can see, shg does prepare you for the real world.  you're sitting there on a computer, typing on shgfootball.com, and i'm at work, sitting in front of a computer, typing on shgfootball.com.

tell brian fitz his cousin says hi




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