Happy Cinco de Mayo and National Day of Prayer

4f6e750d0aab4d7ac40011a5-1332638989It’s not just margaritas and salsa and prayers. The holiday

commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the French forces of Napoleon III on May 5, 1862, at the Battle of Puebla.

Want to know more about Cinco de Mayo? Go here.

Want to know more about the National Day of Prayer? Go here.

 

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4 responses to “Happy Cinco de Mayo and National Day of Prayer

  1. “This one day, Mexico won the battle.”
    That sounds kinda sad.

    “President Barack Obama Calls on Americans to Pray.”
    Because? That’s about all we’ve got left? A wing and a prayer?
    How about the 50 million, or so, of us who don’t pray? What should we do, Mr President? What do you have to offer us as “a powerful alternative to pessimism.”
    …………………
    …………
    …..
    Thought so.

    • Dear People Who Don’t Pray: In solidarity, I’m not going to pray all day, either. The National Day of Prayer has been o’ertaken by people I don’t much like and so I’m sitting this one out. Love, a Half-assed Christian

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