And at every break in the cover of the trees during the second half of my walk I broke out into showers of perspiration; the weather mages predict cooler weather than yesterday's and today's mid-90s from tomorrow but we shall see.
It is the Octava of Saint Lawrence Martyr and Archdeacon of Rome, and the 3rd day infra Octavam of Our Lady's Assumption. The feast of the Confessor Saint Hyacinth; the Mass Os iusti is taken from the common of confessors not bishops.
A comment on Facebook earlier:
In 1899, The Atlantic published an article by then-Harvard president Charles Eliot (cousin of TS Eliot) that openly attacked Jesuit education as an ossified holdover of medieval times, useless for modern society, and intrinsically anti-American, but they refused to publish any rebuttals written by a Jesuit (the best was by Fr. Timothy Brosnahan, president of Boston College) due to anti-Catholic prejudice. It's been pretty bad for a while now, but at least people are starting to notice more that The Atlantic has always been publishing garbage.