December 25, 2009


Snapped this yesterday and thought it captured a typical view of Saint James Church Fordham... hardly know it's in the midst of a busy Bronx neighborhood, would you? Last night's vigil liturgy was a delight, the warmth of the congregation and the fellowship meal we'd shared earlier in the afternoon offsetting the cold winds outside. We wish all a very blessed Christmastide.
Tobias Stanislas Haller BSG

10 comments:

motheramelia said...

A joyous Christmas to you. Lovely picture.

Fran said...

What a lovely photo! Christmas joy to you and James!

Grandmère Mimi said...

That's St. James, all right. The old church is beautiful with the snow.

I hope that you and James had a wonderful day.

David |Dah • veed| said...

I wish you & James a blessed Christmas Father T.

MadPriest said...

An excellent photograph. Do you often get writing in the sky above your church? I suppose it's cut backs in heaven. You used to get angels singing "Glory to God..." Now God just texts us. Ah, well. Life moves on.

KJ said...

I think the Mad One is upset because Jesus won't befriend him on Facebook.

Have a very blessed Christmastide, Tobias.

Paul said...

A very joyous Christmastide to you and James.

SUSAN RUSSELL said...

And also with you!

whiteycat said...

Merry Christmas, Tobias and to all who are dear to you. May you enjoy many blessings of the season and good health in 2010.

JCF said...

Ah, was there ever a more typical-appearing (northern!) Episcopal parish at this time of year? :-)

Merry Christmas, Tobias, to you and yours!