Sharrie and I are ready. Let’s get this tradition on! The 2017SugarHouse Casino Mummers Parade. Yes.
Made a pilgrimage to Merion Memorial Park to say thank you and pray for James Bland, composer of more than 600 songs, including Mummers favorites. I think it would be a good idea to reinstate this annual visit in December (some Mums have done this in years past) and maybe help the cemetery. Nice folks work there. Merry Christmas everyone.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! As I look forward to broadcasting the parade again on PHL17, today I take part in the Golden Ladle Soup Contest that starts at 1 at the Mummers Museum, and then I will be at the Museum from 3 to 5pm today to sign copies of the new book, Philadelphia Mummers. Stop on by. Today’s discounted book price is $20 which includes tax. Thank you an all the best.
PA Education Secretary Pedro Rivera speaking on leadership today at Cabrini University. Rivera is the Nerney Leadership Institute Executive in Residence. Rivera say leadership is the art of describing a future that others are committed to. The Hunting Park native stressed the importance of listening to others and of promising what can be delivered, listening to what others want, and then delivering. He talked of lessons learned in running up against people who resist change. Rivera says how we do some is as important as what we do. One of his favorite lines: Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn.
At the Mother Cabrini Shrine in Golden, Colorado just west of Denver. This is a special place of reflection with several gardens and sweeping views of Denver in the distance and the plains beyond.
This place was founded by Mother Cabrini, part of a network of hospitals, orphanages and schools serving the poor and immigrants across the earth. Cabrini University came from this tradition.
The Sacred Heart is at the core of the Missionary Sisters’ faith. Mother Cabrini herself more than a century ago laid these stones in the shape of a heart at the top of the mountain. Later the statue would be added. You climb about 375 steps to the top.