It’s out! My interview with Doug Barry and Father Mark on EWTN’s Life on the Rock! Did you see it? If not, watch it here!
[youtube width=”550″ height=”509″]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BYKFJsglRV0[/youtube]
If you were on Twitter when it broadcast, I live-tweeted the whole thing, commenting on random things. You can check out my Twitter feed for that.
Overall, I think it was a good interview. There is so much to say, and so much I left out. That’s one of the frustrating things about interviews. My mind races when I’m being interviewed, and its inevitable that I’ll leave something or someone out.
I’m pleased that I mentioned the Israel Ministry of Tourism and the Jordan Tourism Board. I did neglect to mention that Voices of Faith Tours and, of course, Select International Tours also helped make our recent trip to the Holy Land possible.
And it’s funny–on Facebook and on the phone with my sisters, I’ve been talking a lot about that last question that Doug threw at me. I’m not sure I answered it well. I don’t know that I did. If I could call a do-over, I’d say this:
“The saints of all ages are saying to us today the same thing that the Blessed Mother has always said, and which she said to St Catherine Labouré, when she met her at the Rue de Bac in Paris: ‘Come to the altar, for there you will receive great graces.’ Whether that altar be at our local church or in the far reaches of Israel, Jordan, or Palestine, our God is always there, always ready to give us great graces. He is just waiting for us to come close, and to ask.”
I think that’s much better that what I said, but… you got the point. Enjoy everyone!
Oh, and for those who are wondering, the shoes I’m wearing are Oboz (see my earlier post about shoes and bags). Rillettes are basically some nasty sort of pork pate. And I stand by my dislike of beets and mushrooms. But I will still like you if you like them. 🙂 David does!