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St. Dan Louis’ Web-Blog from Estella Vista, West Texas (written by St. Danny in 2009) fyi: DLD passed away on 11-22-2016

My older brother had a thing about numerology, anniversaries (Kennedy assassination conspiracy theories, etc.), justice particularly for minors with a real rough childhood, and establishing a safe haven for those that could benefit from “getting away from it (rat races) all” where the southwest Texas desert air and mountains offer a respite that will last an improved lifetime.

 

If you have never red any of his writings, now is the time to also pray that Dan L. has no more time to spend in purgatory, which he believed was only a Catholic myth. Enjoy his style and messages often hidden within the paragraphs and diagrams:

“Estrella Vista”

HC-65, Box 243 A

Alpine, TX  79830

 

432/ 371-xxxx

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Act During this Year of Mercy

The Greatest Commandment is the basis for all the other Bible passages about helping people. This leads to a very overarching definition of love. To love one another includes helping them when they are in-need.

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St. Catherine of Siena (b. 1347) Known for her many acts of mercy

Taking Care of Others:  Jesus directs us toward the broad reach of loving others and the divine judgments to come for those who do not. Loving one another is a primary commandment, and thus we would expect discipline when we are not actively following this commandment.

“They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’ “He will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.’ “Then they will go away to eternal punishment, but the righteous to eternal life.” (Matthew 25:34-46).

We need to help people God’s way and not allow them to just drift along in the ways of the world. Pray for the intercession of the Holy Spirit. We’ll act out of mercy, love, and helping in the best way.

At Caesarea, there was a man named Cornelius, a centurion in what was known as the Italian Regiment. He and all his family were devout and God-fearing; he gave generously to those in need and prayed to God regularly. (Acts 10:1-2).

Helping others is not about our abilities and strengths, but about God’s direction and empowerment through the in-dwelling of the Holy Spirit.

 

Sainthood

Celebrating the 800th Jubilee (1216-2016) 

Three major Dominican saints are celebrated this week.

Thursday, April 28th is the feast of St. Louis Marie Grignion de Montfort (1673-1716). He was ordained in 1700 in France and entered the third order of Dominicans. He preached  the rosary and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary throughout France.

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If you are looking forward to a special spiritual journey, pick up the Total Consecration to Jesus Through Mary. The next Preparation period is July 13th for Consecration on the Solemnity of the Assumption of Mary, August 15th.

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April 29th is the feast of St. Catherine of Siena (1347-1380). She was born the 24th of 25 children in Siena, Italy. She went on to counsel popes and princes in war-torn Northern Italy. She helped to end the Babylonian Captivity when the pope was in Avignon, France. She died in Rome and is buried there in the church, Santa Maria sopra Minerva. We will visit her on our pilgrimage. Her famous work is The Dialogues and she is a Doctor of the Church, one of the first women so honored.

April 30th is the feast of Pope St. Pius V (1504-1572, pope: 1566-1572). He became a Dominican priest in 1528 and taught in Italy for sixteen years. He spoke and wrote against the Protestant reformation and became inquisitor for Como, Italy.

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Pius V became Cardinal, but fell out of favor with Pope Pius IV. He was elected pope after Pius IV and continued the reform of the Church after the Council of Trent. He is famous for seeing in vision the defeat of Islamic forces in the Battle of Lepanto on October 7, 1571.

Reno Nevada – Shameful Reno, Nevada and Their So-Called Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada (CCNA)

Coast-to-Coast Risk Management

Glenwood Springs, CO 81602-0777

Woodside, CA 94062-2448

 

Intro: Home is where the heart and body are; therefore the Reno ghetto Record Street neighborhood is home to hundreds of people of mixed races and religious views.

 

Fact and Question: The Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada (CCNA) have been given 100 grand for the homeless issues. What is this going to be used? I suspect almost nothing will filter down to any homeless people.

 

NIMBY = Not In My Backyard!

NIMBY = Not In My Backyard!

Why did the City of Reno do this? What else is the City of Reno doing, if anything?

 

In my opinion, the City should have given the Resource Center more than $100,000.00.

 

My experiences with the Roman Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada have all – all – been negative. Furthermore, I assert that they have been using the name of Saint Vincent in-vain!

 

St. Vincent DePaul Society is not affiliated with the CCNA.

homeless on the street

 

Open Letter to Pope Francis

PopeFrancis

David A. Francis Niklas Dailey

Skype Phone (415) 644-5124; Verizon Cell (650) 605-5667

2995 Woodside Road, Suite 400

Woodside, California 94062-2448

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1885 Blake Avenue, St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church

Glenwood Springs, Western Colorado 81601 N.A.

Archdiocese of Denver

1425 Bay Road, St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

East Palo Alto, Northern California 94303 N.A.

Archdiocese of San Francisco

dadailey@yahoo.com

DADailey@gmail.com

DaileySun@outlook.com

August 25, 2015

To: Vatican City

Office of Pope Francis I

Roma, Italia

Dear Your Holiness Pope Francis I:

Would you please come visit the United States among my Catholic and unchurched friends in Glenwood Springs, Colorado (St. Stephen) and East Palo Alto, California (St. Francis of Assisi)?  Your grace, I cannot visit you would you please come here to pray with us?

Attached is a letter I sent to your office last summer. At the time, I realized I could not make an European pilgrimage due to my personal health.

Our parish in East Palo Alto will again be celebrating from Friday the 2nd until dark on Sunday, October 4, 2015, the annual feast day of St. Francis of Assisi. 2013 was my first year in Father Ed’s, Msgr. John, and Pastor Father Larry Goode’s parish and I really had fun.

You would find St. Francis full of life – our parishioners are largely Hispanic, with many Pacific Island (Tongan), Black, White, and Asian-Americans –  in a very poor and relatively crime-ridden neighborhood ironically immediately adjacent to Silicon Valley USA and wealthy corporations like Facebook.

I realize how important your trip to Cuba is, but I urge your group to canonize Father Junipero Serra in Northern California and visit our parishes.

My newest parish is St. Stephen’s – located beautifully about 3 hours west of Denver and some 100 miles west of the North American Continental Divide along the Colorado River and the Amtrak Railroad passenger train line – less than a mile south of the famous hot springs. Pastor Father Bert and Father Joseph have been terrific! This town of 9,000 has only fewer than 800 Catholics.

Thank you for your consideration. I am feeling better already just by knowing you are there for all Catholics and for all of humanity. I shall keep reminding others to continue to pray for you and to take our concerns first in prayer to The Lord.

Sincerely yours,

D. A. F. N. “Buck” Dailey

Cc:             Archbishop Most Reverend Most Samuel Aquila

Archbishop Most Reverend Salvatore Cordileone

Pastor Father Bert Chilton (Colorado)

Pastor Father Lawrence Goode (California)

Bishara David Elias “Bob” Wehab (West Menlo Park)

Readers of “The Dailey Sun”

Mary Christine Dailey Schultz (Chicago)

2nd Sunday of the Christian Lenten Season: Gospel of J.C.’s Transfiguration

The Transfiguration of Jesus Christ upon the Mount _______

Definition of the term “transfiguration” from Noah Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary

(Copyright in 1955 and 1983;

Thirteenth [13th] Edition printed in 1983; ISBN 0-671-41819-X):

(1) To change the figure of; outward appearance;

(2) To transform as to exalt; to elevate and glorify; to idealize;

Jesus Christ [Stained Glass Window facing South at the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church]

Jesus Christ [Stained Glass Window facing South at the Menlo Park Presbyterian Church]

References:

Matthew Chapter 17:1-9

Mark Chapter 9:2-10

Luke Chapter 9:28-36

Tobit 4:8-9 (almsgiving, particularly during Lent)

Federal Tort to be Filed about Illegal, Unethical Local Practices of Lodging Establishments in the County of Douglas’ Carson River Valley (Located East of Lake Tahoe and south of Reno, Nevada)

For Immediate Release

Federal Tort to be Filed about Illegal, Unethical Local Practices of Lodging Establishments in the County of Douglas’ Carson River Valley (Located East of Lake Tahoe and south of Reno, Nevada)

February 19, 2015  (Minden, Nevada) – Federal Tort to be Filed about Illegal, Unethical Local Practices of Lodging Establishments in this County – No less than four lodging occupancy owners and innkeepers will be served with a class action suit alleging both illegal, unconstitutional, discriminatory and unethical, un-American business practices already committed during February 2015.

*Note: Businesses offering lodging to families working in the area as well as travelers, hunters, gamblers, and disenfranchised American citizens; Names have been changed in this press release to help protect the innocent, uneducated and misinformed employees caught in the middle of daily, imprudent, fraudulent, underhanded, negligent transactions with customers and the public.       

The legal suit cause of action includes:

  • Search and Seizure of Personal Property.
  • Destruction and Rubbish Disposal of Guests Property.
  • Disrespect and Lack of Consideration of Guests who are Disabled, over 55-years of age, and United States Armed Forces Veterans.
  • Causing Intentional Abuse, Hunger, Poverty, and Many Health Issues.
  • Inappropriate Application of the U.S. Patriot Act.
  • Misappropriation of Common Sense and Civil Rights Expressed in the U.S. Constitution.
  • Fiduciary Fraud (i.e. Making unauthorized withdrawals and charges with guests’ credit and electronic debit cards).
  • Taking Advantage of Alcoholics.
  • Providing Guests without Fire Protection and Emergency Preparedness Assurance that Meets Federal and State Construction, Sanitation, Building, and Fire Codes and National Standards.
  • Contributing to the Poor Status of Community Mental Health and Public Health and Safety.
  • Collusion with Other Innkeepers, Religious Organizations, Charitable Groups, Fire Prevention and Emergency Response Professionals, and Town and County Peace Officers.
  • Misleading and bilking American citizens.

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The named defendants, who have created a cause of action, subject to the class action suit include:

  1. The Southerner* Motel located near Waterloo Road in Gardnerville
  2. Memorial Day* Inn located in the Town of Minden
  3. Hysterical* Inn located along U.S. Highway 395
  4. Best Vest* Inn Hotel, Casino, Motor Lodge, and RV Park located in Minden

Actions by these lodging establishment have caused theft, major physical health and mental health issues, created ill-will, financial hardship, unlawful camping (per local county ordinance), public health and safety issues, distrust, and are affront to sound American values expressed in the United States Constitution and several Amendments, that are also true Christian values.

The plaintiff leading this tort, D. A. Dailey, is a registered Legislative Advocate in the state of Colorado and formerly was a Lobbyist in Sacramento and Carson City during the 1990s. He has been a stand-up comedian in the Midwest and Pacific Coast and has written numerous humorous books, screenplays, speeches, and web-blogs. A current work in-progress is a true to life story about Gardenville entitled, The Last Resort. Recently, Dailey served as a court advocate twice – in federal court at San Francisco and the federal district in Denver.

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Distribution:

Gannett Press / Reno Gazette / USA Today

Wall Street Journal

The Denver Post / Indianapolis Star

Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno

Douglas County Recorder-Courier in Minden

NIMBY = Not In My Backyard!

NIMBY = Not In My Backyard!

Chaplin Told by Stanford University Hospital to “Hit the Road” — S. O. S. = Save Our Souls // Death During Surgeries, Excepted

Dateline: Stanford Administration / Physical Security / Spiritual-Religious Care

Bulletin: Tuesday, January 13, 2015 — 2130 hrs. PST

STANFORD’S HOSPITAL – Roman Catholic Chaplin escorted late Tuesday night off the property. Chaplin was unable to perform his vocation and pray with the sick and dying. The Catholic was outed after his backpack and bag of personal belonging were (a) Seized by the hospital employees, (b) Searched without management supervision or written authorization, (c) Told by two security officers that non-Stanford religious clergy were NOT allowed inside their buildings between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m.!

This incident has been reported to: (1) The Archdiocese of Denver, (2) Diocese of Reno, and (3) the Archdiocese of San Francisco…

Altar at St. Mary's Cathedral

Altar at St. Mary’s Cathedral

Although university founder Leland Stanford was a Presbyterian, nowadays it seems like Stanford University Hospital and Clinics ‘outlaws and/or discourages’ ordained ministers from praying with and for humans with illnesses [ unless it is done during normal (banker’s) business hours… Go figure … How about saving lives and saving souls … do the ‘Cardinal’ have their priorities and written protocols straight???

Check the facts Jack Stanford… more people die between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. than during any other eight-hour time period!   Death during surgeries, excepted.

Stained Glass Window at the Rear of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

Stained Glass Window at the Rear of Menlo Park Presbyterian Church

The Dailey Sun-Chronicles: Christmastime 2014 Issue (Volume I, Number 12)

‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ [ a tribute to small businesses in Glentucky ]

The Light of the Christchild's Coming

The Light of the Christchild’s Coming

“On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: A wasps’ nest in an Aspen tree.”

“On the 2nd day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Two dogs from the Garfield County Humane Society.

“On the 3rd day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Three navel rings from Hole in the Wall Tattoo parlor, located on Grand Avenue behind the Chocolate Moose.”

“On the 4th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Four matching mittens from Summit Canyon Mountaineering at the corner of Grand Avenue and 8th Street.”

“On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Five golden rings from the Jewels & Gems store, located near 10th Street at 914 Grand Avenue.”

“On the 6th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Six dinners at the Rivera Supper Club, located down by the Colorado River at the corner of Grand Avenue and 6th Street.”

“On the 7th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Seven Teddy Bears from the Hotel Colorado coffee and gift shop.”

“On the 8th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Eight snow boots from Sunlight Mountain Ski and Bike shop on 9th Street near Cooper Avenue.”

“On the 9th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Nine bottles of wine from Cooper Wine and Spirits, located on the northeast corner of Cooper and 8th Street.”

“On the 10th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Ten bucks from the Vectra Bank, located on the southwest corner of 8th and Grand Avenue.

“On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: 11 precious rocks from High Country Gems and Minerals” on 8th Street near Cooper Street.

“On the twelfth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Twelve awesome donuts from Sweet Coloradough.”

“On the thirteenth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: 13 great toys from the Downtown Drug store, along where you drive over 35 MPH on Grand Avenue.

“On the fourteenth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me: Fourteen dancing gals at the Vaudeville Venue show.

Fa, la, la, la . . .

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Other Popular Christmas Tunes:

“Three Great Kings of Orient are Smoking on their Bubble Gum Cigars.”

“Little Plumber Boy”

“I Saw Mommy Kissing the Garbage Man”

“Jingle Pockets”

“I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas (and Don’t Give a Flying Bird about Skiing)”

“Do You Smell What I Hear”

“Deck the Halls with Balls of Matzos”

“Baby it is Sold Outside”

“Rudy the Alcoholic Reindeer”

“O Tanning Parlor, O Tanning Parlor”

Are just a few of the seasonal songs that may be playing in your head after hearing them at stores, outside churches, on the radio, or in elevators.

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“The Dailey Sun-Chronicles”

P.O.. Box 777, GWS, CO 81602-0777

[ for musement ]

Famous Last Words

Famous Last Words

“Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?”
[O Lord, why have you forsaken me?] ~ Matthew 27:46

… and Jesus cried out in a loud voice… ~ Mark 15:37

“Father, into your hands I commit My spirit.” ~ Luke 23:46

“It is finished.” ~ John 19:30

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Todd Beamer
(1968- 2001)
The final words of Todd Beamer Let’s roll.

George Best
(1946-2005)
The final words of George Best Don’t die like I did.

More on the last words of George Best
Humphrey Bogart
(1899-1957)
The final words of Humphrey Bogart Goodbye Kid. Hurry back.

More on the last words of Humphrey Bogart
Buddha
(circa 563 BC – circa 483 BC) – Siddhattha Gautama
The final words of the Buddha Work hard to gain your own salvation.

Donald Campbell
(1921–1967)
The final words of Donald Campbell Hallo, the bow is up… I’m going… I’m on my back… I’ve gone. Oh.

King Charles II
(1630–1685)
The final words of King Charles II Let not poor Nelly starve.

Erskine Childers
(1870–1922)
The final words of Erskine Childers Take a step forward, lads. It will be easier that way.

Kurt Cobain
(1967-1994)
The last words of Kurt Cobain It’s better to burn out than to fade away.

Oliver Cromwell
(1599–1658)
The final words of Oliver Cromwell My design is to make what haste I can to be gone.

Salvador Dali
(1904-1989)
The last words of Salvador Dali I do not believe in my death.

Diana, Princess of Wales
(1961-1997)
The final words of Diana, Princess of Wales My God. What’s happened?

Isadora Duncan
(1878–1927)
The final words of Isadora Duncan Adieu, mes amis. Je vais à la gloire. (Farewell, my friends. I go to glory.)

King George V
(1865–1936)
The final words of King George V Bugger Bognor!

More on the last words of
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
(1749–1832)
The final words of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Mehr Licht! (More light!)

Joe Hill
(1879–1915)
I will die like a true-blue rebel. Don’t waste any time in mourning – organize.
Henrik Ibsen
(1828–1906)
The last words of Henrik Ibsen On the contrary.

Michael Jackson
(1958–2009)
The final words of Michael Jackson I love you more

Stan Laurel
(1890-1965)
The final words of Stan Laurel I’d rather be skiing.

Hugh Latimer
(circa 1485–1555)
Be of good comfort Master Ridley, and play the man. We shall this day light such a candle by God’s grace in England, as (I trust) shall never be put out.
Robert E. Lee
(1807–1870)
Strike the tent. (attributed)
John Lennon
(1940-1980)
The final words of John Lennon I’m shot.

Spike Milligan
(1918-2005)
The final words of Spike Milligan I told you I was ill.

Sir Thomas More
(1478–1535)
This hath not offended the king.
Admiral Horatio Nelson
(1758–1805)
Thank God, I have done my duty.
Captain Lawrence Oates
(1880–1912)
I am just going outside and may be some time.
Barbara Olson
(1955–2001)
What do I tell the pilot to do?
Lord Henry Temple Palmerston
(1784–1865)
Die, my dear Doctor, that’s the last thing I shall do!
Luciano Pavarotti

(1935-2007)

The final words of Lucianno Pavarotti I believe that a life lived for music is an existence spent wonderfully, and this is what I have dedicated my life to.

William Pitt
(1759–1806)
I think I could eat one of Bellamy’s veal pies. (attributed)
Pope John Paul II
(1920–2005)
Let me go to the house of the Father.
Elvis Presley
(1935 – 1977)
The final words of Elvis Presley I hope I haven’t bored you.

Sir Walter Raleigh
(circa 1552–1618)
I have a long journey to take, and must bid the company farewell.
Cecil Rhodes
(1853–1902)
So little done, so much to do.
Ken Saro-Wiwa
(1941–1995)
Lord take my soul, but the struggle continues.
General John Sedgwick
(1813-1864)
The final words of General John Sedgwick They couldn’t hit an elephant at this distance.

Gertrude Stein
(1874–1946)
“What is the answer?” No answer came. She laughed and said, “In that case what is the question?”
Lytton Strachey
(1880–1932)
If this is dying, then I don’t think much of it.
Hunter S. Thompson
(1937-2005)
The final words of Hunter S. Thompson Relax – This won’t hurt.

Oscar Wilde
(1854–1900)
One of us must go. (attributed, probably apocryphal)