"Chills, Fever, Mass & CitiField With Kudos To Jackie Robinson"
I also had a bit of a fever, causing me to feel weak, so it was time for a rest, hence a lot of bed time, but was determined to get to the Holy Sacrifice Of The Mass;
The latest Mass in the area is at Nativity B V M in Ozone Park, as this is something I've known for awhile;
It was nice. For those readers who're Catholic, do you remember when the Tabernacle was at the Center of The Altar & not off to the side?
It was at the CENTER there, hence it was a start of a nice Mass;
It was a Youth Mass, complete with Guitars & Flutes;
There was one Liturgical Problem, when an Extraordinary Minister of the Eucharist, was at The Tabernacle, storing away the Eucharist. Only a priest or deacon may do that in accordance with Church Law;
As I was to learn about the Jehova's Witnesses, they do NOT preach Christ Crucified, hence they are NOT Christians in any way, shape or form;
& now Citi Field:
It's the NY Mets new ball park, on the lines of a modern day Ebbett's Field in Brooklyn, only in Queens, next to the current site of Shea Stadium, in Corona, Queens;
45K Seats & Great Views will be the theme, with an Ebbett's Field Style Rotunda at the entrance;
The NY Post(News Corp, owner of FOX Television), tried everything in its' power, unto the point of implying racism, in the Mets Decision, not to name the ballpark, sponsor-free, in honor of Jackie Robinson;
The Mets are keeping Jackie's Legacy alive;
Their names are Omar Minaya & Willie Randolph;
The Rotunda @ the Entrance to CitiField is in honor of the Man who broke Baseball's Colour line, Jackie Robinson,
with contributions being made to the Jackie Robinson Foundation, hence Fred & Company are keeping in line with the Ebbett's Field Tradition;
Will Billie Jean King & Bill O'Reilly, mind their business?
Thanks, because it takes money to do it;
This is while News Corporation is a marketing partner of the NY Yankees;
Mind your business, Mr Murdoch, as News Corp once owned the LA Dodgers & lost $76M one year on that team. Fred Wilpon should listen to you Brain Surgeons in running a baseball team?
Freddie? I'm proud of you in not giving into "The Kangaroo";
Keep up the good work;