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Daily Archives: 8 May 2006
To interpret this Titan radar image, remember: dark means smooth and light means rough.
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Gaudium et Spes 50
Gaudium et Spes 50 continues on the family and treats the issue of children. It is important to recognize the subtleties of language in this section: children are regarded as a “supreme gift,” yet they are not the only reason … Continue reading
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Kansas City: Sea or Swamp?
Well, the long-expected NCR story on my diocese and our new bishop is online. I would say that mostly the story is calm and balanced, though it does get a little enthusiastic at times in overstating the case against Bishop … Continue reading →