Daily Archives: 4 October 2008

Satellite Imagination: Photographers At Work

Phoebe was the first of Saturn’s moons encountered by the Cassini space probe. In 2004, Earthlings got delicious images of the moon from just a few thousand miles away. Before Cassini, our view of this moon for the past 105 … Continue reading

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PCS 26-29: Viaticum

The final sacramental celebration for the Catholic believer is not, as we now know, anointing. Viaticum is for the dying, and this is part of the Church’s liturgy for the pastoral care of the sick:   26 When in their … Continue reading

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