Monday Madness — March 17, 2014

The Supreme Executive Committee brings you another episode of Monday Madness, with one intrepid member of the SEC reporting from NYC on St. Patrick’s Day. Apparently, New York doesn’t realize that Patrick was walloped by Constance in the first round of Lent Madness 2011.

Tim and Scott talk about the patron saint of Ireland but also have plenty of time to answer “What does the Fox say?” but not “Who let the dogs out?” Perhaps you’ll find the answer in Tim’s most recent book though. They also talk about the resident foodie of Lent Madness, who blogs at Saints and Recipes.

If you want something to do next weekend while you’re fighting Lent Madness Withdrawal (LMW), try watching back episodes of Monday Madness or the Archbishops’ color commentary. If audio is your bag rather than video, check out Padre’s Pods, an excellent podcast by Fr. Sean Maloney. In the most recent episode, he interviewed half of the SEC.

Most important, keep enjoying Lent Madness and invite others to the party. Happy Lent!

8 Comments to "Monday Madness — March 17, 2014"

  1. Pat (the Celt)'s Gravatar Pat (the Celt)
    March 17, 2014 - 4:48 pm | Permalink

    Sigh. My dear patron saint. I hope you will consider running Patrick again so that those of us who have some Irish roots (in my case half of me) might give him a second chance. (Tho please don’t pit him against St. David, as my other half is Welsh. AHHHH….imagine the anguish involved in that choice!)

    • Beth Walton's Gravatar Beth Walton
      March 17, 2014 - 5:34 pm | Permalink

      Yes, please. Because we all know that Patrick was really Welsh… Good thing that God sent the two of them, since one alone might not have been enough.

  2. Susan's Gravatar Susan
    March 17, 2014 - 5:17 pm | Permalink

    Sigh. I just love Lent Madness. Berber…Berber carpet…Barbarian –…such fodder! All the writers are witty, and show such restraint from jokes just begging, nay, dying (by the sword) to be said, while eloquently saying more about a saint than may be found in just one reference book. Just enjoying the prosperity and purpleness of L M. Thank you.

  3. March 17, 2014 - 6:02 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the shout-out!

    • Susan's Gravatar Susan
      March 17, 2014 - 9:01 pm | Permalink

      You and the rest of the celeb bloggers are most welcome. Too bad alcuin didn’t almost come up
      with an emoticon for a curtsey! 😉

      Look forward to the rest of the writers’ MADNESS! (Btw, I enjoy finding grammatical errors too!)

  4. Patricia Nakamura's Gravatar Patricia Nakamura
    March 18, 2014 - 10:57 am | Permalink

    That symbol on your head is NOT a shamrock. It is a SHAM shamrock, aka, a four-leaf clover.

    Where would Patrick have got to if he’d had to explain the Trinity in that hat!

  5. Madeleine Baier's Gravatar Madeleine Baier
    March 18, 2014 - 8:13 pm | Permalink

    Tim, that hat would look much better if you could manage to smile…just saying

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