Daily Archives: 18 April 2006

Where Is The Reason and Thoughtfulness?

Check out Grant Gallicho’s adventures on Cardinal Mahony’s sidewalks. “If you’re going to tell me that the Latin Mass is more of a Mass than today’s, then that’s where you lose me,” said one teenage boy. Good discussion in the … Continue reading

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At Venus

The Venus Express probe is hard at work. The planet’s south pole is revealed: Scientists are especially intrigued by the dark vortex shown almost directly over the south pole, a previously suspected but until now unconfirmed structure that corresponds to … Continue reading

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Group Portrait

  Another nice image of Dione and oblong Janus, moons of Saturn, with the rings nearly edge-on. For most small oblong moons in close orbits, their long axis is locked in, pointing at the large planet. Little Janus features in … Continue reading

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Gaudium et Spes 43

GS 43 begins a substantial section with a reminder to those who might think total withdrawal to religious territory is a serious option: This council exhorts Christians, as citizens of two cities, to strive to discharge their earthly duties conscientiously … Continue reading

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Crucified and Risen; Risen yet Forever Crucified

The following excerpt is the end of the Very Rev. John Breck’s current “Life in Christ” column: Very early on the day following the Sabbath, Mary Magdalene and other women returned to the tomb, bearing spices in order to prepare … Continue reading

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