via a post by Jenn Delekta
“It was my daughter’s first day of Kindergarten and it was at a Catholic school. I was anticipating my daughter going through an adjustment, not only because it was Kindergarten but also because it was a religious-based school. After I dropped of my daughter, I couldn’t wait to pick her back up. I showed up 30 minutes early just waiting to hear all she had to say. Once in my car I asked, “How was your day?” “I prayed everything!” Allex exclaims. And she goes on to list all the praying she did during the day. I’m guessing the transition to a Catholic school was a little different for her.”
Hic Darcus Vadorus – This is Darth Vader
Luxgladium tenet – Holding a lighsaber
“Non. Ego sum pater tuus.” – “No. I am your father.”
Hic Lucius Cæliambulus – This is Luke Skywalker
“Imo. Non est verus.” – “No. It’s not true.”
Pope says no.
St. Joseph's Christmas Mass Spectacular features Pastor Pat (Bobby Moynihan), organist Linda Tayhoe (Kate McKinnon) and all 44 verses of "O Come All Ye Faithful."
Evidently, spending years laying out a single gold-leafed page isn't all it's cracked up to be.
From The Atlantic
“The history of bookmaking hasn’t been without its challenges, but never was its craft as painstaking as during the era of illuminated manuscripts. Joining the ranks of history’s most appalling and amusing complaints, like this Victorian list of “don’ts” for female cyclists or young Isaac Newton’s self-professed sins, is an absolute treat for lovers of marginalia such as myself—a collection of complaints monks scribbled in the pages of illuminated manuscripts.”