Daily Archives: 27 March 2006

Good Prayers, Bad Prayers, an Emperor and Two Composers

My friends at the New Liturgical Movement have posted an interesting discussion on a comparison between the 1970 English-translated collects and the 2002 Latin originals from Roman Missal III. As I’ve tried to refrain from multi-posting on a single thread … Continue reading

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The Future of Interreligious Dialogue?

Today, Rocco Palmo referred us to a BBC story about Archbishop Michael Fitzgerald, the former head of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, recently appointed papal nuncio to Egypt and delegate to the Arab League. As you will remember, the … Continue reading

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It’s Not Lunacy

WaPo article reproduced here on getting back to the moon. NASA wants to get to the lunar south pole. I agree. There might be comet ice in the craters, protected from vaporizing by the eternal shadow at the pole. Previous … Continue reading

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Polar Express

  Cassini’s Jupiter map centered on the south pole. From images taken during its flyby in 2000. Get the details here.

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Fighting Amongst Ourselves

The following column is written by Fr Bohdan Hladio, Chancellor of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada. It is reprinted with permission from Orthodoxy Today. Conflict and Reconciliation Fr. Bohdan Hladio Conflict is a normal part of human life. There … Continue reading

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