To celebrate the 5th anniversary of my blog, Catechist’s Journey, we’re hosting a little contest. Each day this week, I’m posting a video in which I ask a trivia question and, in order to correctly answer, you’ll need to go back and look at one of my posts. The first person to post a comment with the correct answer will win a prize! Here are the prizes:
- Monday: Three Children’s books by Amy Welborn: Book of Saints, Book of Heroes, Book of Everyday Prayer
- Tuesday: The Meal Box and 2012: A Book of Grace-Filled Days
- Wednesday: Ignatian Inspiration calendar and a 3-Minute Retreat T-shirt
- Thursday: Three Christmas books: St. Francis Celebrates Christmas, A Gift for the Christ Child, and The Christmas Play: A Fable for the Holidays
- Friday: The grand prize: a collection of all of my Loyola Press books.
Good luck! Here’s question #2:
Pontius the Pilot
Pontius, the pilot!
Jonathan…You’re the winner!!!
Woo-hoo! Thanks, Joe — and congratulations on five years of blogging!
Pontius, the Pilot, of course!
Oh, that’s Pontius, the Pilate!
The answer is Pontius the pilot.
I wonder why the times are off?
Jenn, I noticed that too and asked someone in IT at Loyola Press to fix it. I’m assured that the problem is now fixed so that future times will be accurate. At least I was still able to tell who’s comment arrived first…it’s just that they were all off about 6 hours! 🙂
I didn’t answer so quicky but here it is! (I save all of your emails going back to June 2009)
A catechist asked her class to draw pictures of their favorite Bible stories. He was puzzled by Sandy’s picture, which showed four people on an airplane, so he asked her which story it was meant to represent. “The flight to Egypt,” said Sandy. “I see … and that must be Mary, Joseph, and Baby Jesus,” the catechist said. “But who’s the fourth person?” “Oh, that’s Pontius,” replied Sandy, “the Pilot.”