1,000th Post: Photos from the Holy Land

Yesterday, we posted our 1,000th blog post!  When we marked our 500th blog post a little over a year ago, we took a pause for some levity, so we thought we would do the same to mark this milestone.

As we mentioned last week, this week New Ways Ministry is sponsoring a pilgrimage of LGBT Catholics and Allies to the Holy Land shrines of Israel and the Palestinian Territories.  Sister Jeannine Gramick, our co-founder is the spiritual leader of the journey.

So, to celebrate our 1,000th post, here are two humorous photos from our travels,  both involving a camel we met in Jericho, at the base of the Mountain of Temptation, the traditional site where Jesus was tempted in the desert.

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Francis DeBernardo feeds pomegranate to a camel

Sister Jeannine Gramick takes a ride on Jaguar, the camel.

Sister Jeannine Gramick takes a ride on Jaguar, the camel.

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  1. James Bedore
    James Bedore says:

    And a great service you have performed well! My thanks and congrats. I write from Down Under and won’t distress you with the weather report -:) . Back in WDC on the Ides of March. Best, Jim Bedore

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Friends
    Friends says:

    Looks like you’re having fun. And I think the camel should become one of our regular guest contributors! Perhaps you could record an audio tag of him making “camel noises” — which might then be attached as an audio link “response” to some particularly disturbing news items, especially when obnoxious statements are made by certain bishops, archbishops and Cardinals!

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  3. Ryan Sattler
    Ryan Sattler says:

    Congratulations BONDINGS 2.0. I can’t believe i have read 1000 blog postings. You will never know how many hearts you’ve touched and how many lives have been changed. BONDINGS 2.0 is a “daily blessing” for those who care about justice and equality.

    Great photos…can’t wait to hear the rest of the story!

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