Thursday, June 30, 2011

Good-bye French month from Fontgombault

Well, French Month is over already! There was much more I hoped to get through that I never had time for - some stuff about French consumer cooperatives in the Third Republic, a profile of some of the extreme liberal bishops recently appointed in various French dioceses, and an outline of Gallicanism. Alas, I got too bogged down in the Jansenism posts! Oh well!

Thanks for following along during French Month and for all your comments and feedback. To close this month out, how about a little slice of what is best about French culture? The Benedictine monks of Fontgombault singing the introit Gaudeamus:


4 comments:

Shandon Belle said...

Surely JULY should be a French month too!!! 14th July needs your especial attention!!! Go on Boniface! You know you want to!!!

BONIFACE said...

Hmmm...that might be interesting to do a post on Bastille Day! We'll see...I've got a lot of other stuff in the works already. Thanks for the feedback.

Henry B. said...

Pity you never wrote a post on Napoleon. Bad dude I know, But one of history's greatest generals.

Anonymous said...

You know, you can still post that stuff even though it's not the French month anymore. ;)