Well, here we are at the end of the regular season. For the last match-up I played Archbishop Jackels, Bishop Malloy & Bishop Nickless. Bishop Malloy was off.
The team put in a good effort for the final week.
Total points – 22
Archbishop Jackels – 3 points
1 August 2013 – Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Address the sisters & meet & greet – 3 points
Bishop Nickless – 2 points
29 July 2013 – Statement Publicly correcting Congressman Steve King for some of his statements on immigrants that counter Church teaching (including facebook post)
1 additional Facebook post – 1 point
Bishop Malloy – 17 points
29 July 2013 – WROK radio sprogram – 3 points
31 July 2013 – Diocesan Vocation Retreat, Main celebrant of retreat Mass, Bishop Lane retreat Center – 3 points
3 August 2013 – Main celebrant for Escuela de Formacion Mass, Carpentersville, IL – 3 points
3 August 2013 – Mass of Thanksgiving honoring James Cardinal Harvey, Cathederal of St. John the Evangelist, Millwaukee, WI – 3 points
5 Top o the Morning videos – 5 points
As I promised last week, I have gotten photographic evidence that Fighting Saints fever is spreading throughout the Railroad industry. Here it is.
This is a picture of a CSX locomotive. CSX operates in the Northern half of the Eastern part of the USA as well as Mexico. Here we have one of their locomotives rolling down the rails showing their support of my team.
The other Class I railroad that operates in the Eastarn part of the USA is Norfolk Southern. Here is a shot of one of their locomotives with the Fighting Saints logo:
Next up we have one of my fans who has boldly gone where no fan has gone before, the International Space Station. As most people know, my paisan Luca Parmintano is from Italy. Recently on a spacewalk, he had some problems with water getting into his helmet. The pictures just showed him from the side or back. So people didn’t get to see the front of the suit. Here is a shot of him taken in the suit, sans helmet, before heading out to space. Yes, there among the other patches on it is one with the Fighting Saints.
Speaking of space, I am sure most people are aware that Kate Mulgrew played Captain Kathryn Janeway on Star Trek: Voyager. People may also remember her start in 1975 on the soap opera Ryan’s Hope as Mary Ryan. A few may even remember that she played St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton in a TV biopic. But most people are not aware that Kate Mulgrew was born & raised in Dubuque, IA. So she naturally supports her hometown team. Here is a publicity shot from last May. & yes, there is the Fighting Saints logo on her top.
Finally, as Doctor Who fans know, the BBC announced the actor who will play the 12th incarnation of the Doctor, Pter Capaldi, another of my paisans. As you can see from this publicity photo releases by the BBC, he is also a Fighting Saints fan. (Note: Yes I know his mother is Scottish, but his father’s family came Picinisco in Italia. As Mother Angelica once so rightly said “There is no such thing as a half Italian!“.)
So, as you can see, Fighting Saints fans are found not only internationally but throughout time & space.