Not working from home. Never. No. Coronavirus risks? Pfft. It is to laugh.


These guys and gals don’t have any time to go panic buying. That sets things in perspective, doesn’t it? Say a prayer for them. You gotta know, they are each individually blamed by some of those who feel entitled not to get the Coronavirus[!] as if – just because they have some authority and are in a position of service[!] – it is those heroes who are to blame for the virus itself. Again, say a prayer for them all. Please share.

Meanwhile, there are also clergy. I suppose people are upset with me travelling as I do to bring people the sacraments, the last rites. Yesterday was no exception, with hundreds of more miles. It is what it is. Here’s the deal. I’m in my car. And I wear CDC provided Coronavirus risk reducing items. How’s that, you ask?

Mike Pence mentioned the other day that the CDC is making exceptions for visits in end of life situations. So, I’m taking advantage of that. Also, I’m getting tons of usage out of what I already use for the law enforcement chaplaincy. Double duty for those items. It’s not forbidden. It’s a public health and security issue.


Filed under Coronavirus, Law enforcement

8 responses to “Not working from home. Never. No. Coronavirus risks? Pfft. It is to laugh.

  1. nancyv

    God knows of the abundance of prayers and angels following you (and some going ahead to wield their swords) as you bear your witness. Dear Mary, keep your son. Remind him of his vulnerableness though he would do anything for you.

  2. Our daughter is a nurse. Thank you for the recognition. God bless you, Father.

  3. pelerin

    Apologies for being off topic but it is now Saturday and the last blog post from Fr Gordon was on the 11th. Could you let us know he is ok please?

  4. MaryJean Diemer

    Keeping you wrapped in prayer. God bless you for your strength and courage.

  5. Nan

    Thank you for all you do for God and His family.

  6. Joisy Goil

    Another occupation whose workers are at huge risk, in this pandemic, are grocery store employees, especially the cashiers who have to interact with many people each day. These people are not highly paid, not esteemed for their service and seldom given any recognition. Believe me, they experience their share of abuse and frustration everyday. They provide a real necessary service and are performing a corporal work of mercy – (feeding the hungry) in the midst of crowds of frantic customers

    Pray for them that they are spared the coronavirus.

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