Daily Archives: 13 November 2007

Hi-Def Earthrise

The Universe Today blog relays this image of Earth over the limb of the moon, courtesy of the Japanese lunar orbiter Kaguya.

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GILH 249-252: More Options

Some sensible, but dry considerations for interrupted readings: 249. When the continuous reading is interrupted because of a solemnity or feast or special celebration, it is allowed during the same week, taking into account the readings for the whole week, … Continue reading

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CitE* Watch: Hiding Portland

The USCCB press release on its new president reads: In 1990, Pope John Paul II appointed him Bishop of Yakima, Washington, where he served for five years until Pope John Paul named him archbishop of Chicago, following the death of … Continue reading

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GILH 246-248: Text Options

Choices, choices, choices: the theme of the next few sections of the GILH. First, choose when one can, but don’t upset the structure of the Hours themselves: 246. In certain particular cases there is an option to choose texts different … Continue reading

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