Aliens in This World

An ordinary Catholic and a science fiction and fantasy fan.

Monday, August 30, 2004

Now THAT'S a Patron Saint!

From National Review's Corner, where Michael Novak informed us:

Just past 39th St. I remembered that Mother Cabrini, the first New Yorker declared a saint, is the patron saint of parking places and taxicabs. Swift prayer for help.

Taxi swings around 39th corner, out of nowhere, stops and takes us in.

That might even beat St. Anthony. But do follow the link to learn less folkloric facts about Mother Cabrini.


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