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April 01, 2003

Back from New York

I made it back safe and sound to a pollen-infested Lafayette yesterday after having spent a delightful few days New York City. I stayed with friends there, got into contact with some old classmates, did a little sightseeing, met some great new people, and did a fair amount of eating and visiting. I was there though to give a presentation on Relics and Incorruptibles to students in the Renaissance Man Program at the recently formed Montfort Academy. For those of you in the New York area looking for a solid Catholic high school education for your boy, I earnestly suggest that you look into this fine institution. I think you will be impressed. I was. And while I am at it, let me also give a plug for Philly's Smoke House located near the Mid-Town Tunnel Entrance in the city - it was some of the best BBQ I have ever eaten. Honestly.

Posted by Fr. Bryce Sibley at April 1, 2003 07:29 AM

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