Diagnosis: Covid, then Pneumonia: Mass schedule as I come back from the dead

The doctor did a very thorough type of antibody test, which had multiple indicators of being positive for Covid antibodies, meaning that it is very likely that I had it fairly recently, say, at the beginning of my six week saga. The first couple of weeks were Covid, not so bad, but when the viral pneumonia hit… BAM! so very tired and weak.

But the white blood cell count is back up to normal, and I do have heaps more energy, but the doctor said I still have to take it easy and concentrate on getting better, mainly RESTING! Yikes…

I’ll be doing all daily and weekend Masses, but not 5:30 AM Sunday morning at church for Adoration and Confessions before more Adoration and Confessions across the mountain at 8:00 AM, then two Masses and then Communion Calls until night. Just the Masses, and I’m spreading out the Communion Calls. So:

  • Vigil Mass 6:00 PM Saturday (Spanish) at Holy Redeemer in Andrews, preceded by Confessions.
  • 8:30 AM Sunday Mass at Prince of Peace in Robbinsville, preceded by Confessions.
  • 11:00 AM Sunday Mass at Holy Redeemer in Andrews, preceded by Confessions.


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6 responses to “Diagnosis: Covid, then Pneumonia: Mass schedule as I come back from the dead

  1. meshugunah

    And now you have confirmed durable immunity from the Wuhan flu! Hang on to a copy of your lab report….

  2. galwayirishheart

    Thank God you are coming back. Please take care of yourself!

  3. sanfelipe007

    Rest, Father, Rest.

  4. jane a brown

    continue resting when you can the aftereffects of covid can be long lasting….we continue to pray for you

  5. Rory O'Callaghan

    It’s good to hear you’re back in good health. Keep speaking up 🙂

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