Daily Archives: 6 February 2006


I was thinking that some space scientists might resist the demotion of Pluto until the New Horizons probe got off the ground. It might be that some budgeteers would think, “Hey; if it’s not even a planet, why are we … Continue reading

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Blowin’ In The Planetary Wind

I know they have stuff like this on the internet these days. I just have to remember to finish choir practice that night pronto and get to the computer to watch. Must be better than what’s on tv, right?

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The Armchair Liturgist: ESCR, What Would You Do?

Time to play some armchair liturgist, my friends. Here’s part of an e-mail attachment I was sent by a parishioner: During the last few months, I have been praying that we formulate a successful plan to educate Catholics about the … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 14

We begin Gaudium et Spes 14 with a rejection of dualism and an elaboration of a philosophy of the goodness of the created world: Though made of body and soul, (the human person) is one. Through (their) bodily composition (they … Continue reading

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Fantasy Stages and Dangerous Places

Busy weekend. Far too busy–in a good way–to be posting, really. Took the family to see a high school stage production of The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe. It was enjoyable, both to see how the book was adapted … Continue reading

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