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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
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?
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
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