“On the road” – January 6, 2015

This is the first of what I hope to be many of my “ramblings while wandering” video posts. It is all still a work in progress. I think I need to work on a better camera mount so I can get a “horizontal” view and a lot less bumping. I also downloaded a “medium” grade level although I can post at “high” level. It is just a big file and takes a long time to download. I think if I open the sunroof shade up it is should help with the “contrast” issues. Thoughts or suggestions are welcome.

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Very nice, Bishop Coyne. The steaming quality was good on my PC but agree a higher camera mount would be better. Thanks for the time you spend on social media!

Bishop Coyne – Really like this video! We are very much looking forward to your installation on January 29!

You could also research Green Mountain Coffee & see if it could provide any competition for your favorite DD coffee. 🙂

Welcome to Burlington Bishop Coyne !!

We can’t beat your DD…. There is one conveniently located between the Co-Cathedrals !!

Louise

Martha Quinlan
January 8, 2015 1:48 am

Hope you can get a few runs at Okemo Mt in Ludow this year. Marty Quinlan

Kellie Becker
January 8, 2015 4:57 am

Bishop Coyne, I am thrilled to hear you will be on the road visiting our parishes soon after your arrival here in God’s Country. I look forward to welcoming you to St. Alphonus.

charles ranges
January 8, 2015 12:53 pm

Green Mountain Coffee employees can have their contributions to my church matched. I like that. Fr. Charlie Ranges

So excited about your appointment Bishop Coyne! Looking forward to seeing what the Lord has in store for you and us in the coming years here in Vermont!

I am really looking forward to meeting you as you visit Holy Cross Parish in Colchester. You did a wonderful job with the video. Love it.

Bill Shouldice
January 9, 2015 8:39 am

Welcome to Vermont we will be happy to have you visit us at St Mary’s in Brandon. When you arrive in Addison County try Vt. Roasters coffee can’t beat it.

Michele MacEachern
January 9, 2015 11:13 am

We welcome you warmly to our Green Mountain State!

pauline Austin
January 9, 2015 4:21 pm

Welcome Aboard Bishop Coyne…..Greetings from the MOPS……(Mothers of Priests).
Hope you will join us at one of our gatherings.Regards and prayers,
Paulie Austin (Rutland Mop)

We are so pleased to welcome you to the beautiful Green Mountain State of Vermont. Your friendly outlook for our Catholic community is refreshing and we are so excited to welcome you to our faith community of Immaculate Heart of Mary in Rutland, Vermont. WELCOME! God’s Blessings!

Holly Stockett
January 10, 2015 1:36 am

Welcome, Bishop Coyne! We are so excited that GOD has specially placed you here with us in Vermont. We have been praying for you! Thank you for your wonderful, down-to-earth message, and your desire to be among the people. I look forward to all that our LORD has in store for the Church in Vermont with your arrival! May HE give you HIS Love and Wisdom for the days ahead, and may HE be glorified!

WELCOME
beautiful Coat of Arms, Green Mountains Ireland Pope Francis et al

Welcome to Vermont Bishop Coyne! You have been in our prayers since we heard the good news. I look forward to meeting you at your installation on the 29th. Good luck with the moving; it can be like penance in it’s own little way!