Do you see large amounts of questions? I honestly have no idea who this drama is going to end, but I have one last comment to make about it; if it ends up being similar to this episode, as in being something with not much shock and punch-factor, then this will be the most tiring journey I have ever taken. I do hope that everything turn out alright for everyone, especially Young Do. He has been dealing with too much crap recently, and hopefully everything ends up well with the mother. Since we have been left in the dark for so long about his mother, it is about time we seem something conclusive in regards to what happened to her.
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The vibe that night is tense as hell, which everyone takes as disapproval for the impending engagement announcement. Shira, who is dressed in all white like a castoff Nancy Meyers character, half-assedly attempts some small talk with Rory but never once seems legitimately interested. Grandpa lets his permanent stank face do the talking for him. Josh looks like he's minutes away from a full-blown anxiety attack. Everyone silently sips drinks and waits for Mitchum (Gregg Henry) to arrive until a maid delivers a message on a tray, detailing his delayed arrival. These people are so fucking rich that they only communicate with the help via handwritten note. If you directly converse with a maid it might humanize them, and who would want that?
After Logan leaves, Rory assumes he's rethinking the relationship and immediately calls Lorelai for emotional support. The tough love she avoided earlier is rapidly dispensed, with Lorelai advising that "If he's going to bolt, maybe you should let him bolt." Of course, Logan shows up and apologizes immediately after Lorelai says her piece. Rory is once again blissfully obsessed and her mom is left to feign faux support. At the end of the episode, Mitchum shows up at the Yale newsroom and offers Rory an internship at a Stamford paper to compensate for his family's bad behavior. Saul can correct me if I'm wrong, but I feel like Rory could have gotten something better on her own. Shouldn't someone with her ambitions and Ivy League pedigree apply to intern at bigger/more prestigious papers? Regardless, she accepts the internship and cements her imminent identity crisis.
In Acts 24, Fr. Mike notes how Felix remained unmoved by Paul's teaching despite being compelled by it initially, showing us that unless we act on what we believe, there is no change. As we begin reading St.Paul's letter to the Galatians today, Fr. Mike highlights Paul's explanation of the role of Jewish law in the Age of the Church, clarifying that through baptism, we are all one in Christ and heirs to the promises of the Father regardless of our backgrounds.
1. Their full recognition has been of comparatively late date. By divine guidance St Peter himself sought the city and established his See just where he would gain all the aid that natural and human surroundings could give him for the swift and sure development of the final supremacy of his Chair. This supremacy was no more the result of mere worldly circumstances than the healthy growth of a tree is the result of the mere soil in which its seed once found a congenial home. If the authority on the one hand, and the seed on the other, had not existed, neither the Chair of Peter nor the tree would have emerged.
It was not, then, until the head had been fully established as supreme over the body that men had eyes to see how it had been so ordained and indicated from the beginning. After it had come to pass it was seen to have been inevitable. All this is paralleled, of course, by the ordinary course of affairs. Laws of nature, as well as laws of grace, act quite apart from man's perception or appreciation of them; and it is not until the law is recognized that its significance and inevitability, its illustrations and effects, are intelligently recognized either.
"You referred to the Roman Church as tothe head of your body; . . . . in me that burden isborne by the blessed Apostle Peter, who, we trust, inall things protects and has regard to us who are theheirs of his government." Ep. i, 20. 2b1af7f3a8