Daily Archives: 28 July 2006


I sort of called him out, so I’m glad Shawn responded on that thread below about my standing challenge to pick a topic, focus it, and have a two-sided chat about it on some kind of amicable level. Shawn wrote, … Continue reading

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Making Few Demands

Several days ago I blogged that Evangelical churches are successful not because people are attracted to their strong moral stands, but because they, in fact, make few demands on worshippers. Tony of Catholic Pillow Fight would like to talk about … Continue reading

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Conference Then Retreat

Blogging will be light over the next few days, then pretty much non-existent till the 10th. I’ll be off on retreat here, and I’m looking forward to it. I’ll be rubbing shoulders with Dick Vosko (among others) this coming week … Continue reading

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Upgrades Coming Soon I Hope

A question, mostly directed at other bloggers out there: What would be your recommendation for software to upgrade a blog? These are the items I’m interested in doing: – Organizing archives by subject material – Designing my own blog look–something … Continue reading

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eBay Fame

Remember that kid–the basketball manager who was put in the game with four minutes to go and sunk six three-pointers? Earlier this month Jason’s twenty point performance outpolled Kobe’s 81 to win an ESPY for Best Moment In Sports. 3,000 … Continue reading

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I confess my apathy to commenting on this week’s run-of-the-mill internet fodder on things Catholic, especially liturgy. Too much complaining, and frankly, I’m too busy to bother complaining these days. Except perhaps complaining about the complainers. Here’s a sample: Conservatives … Continue reading

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This Week at Saturn

Lots of new posts at the Cassini web page. Scientists attempt to size stones and pebbles on Titan. Remember these things are made of water ice, mostly. Careful about using them for your drink, though. Outside of the midwest’s latest … Continue reading

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Dei Verbum 20

Nothing surprising here: Besides the four Gospels, the canon of the New Testament also contains the epistles of St. Paul and other apostolic writings, composed under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit, by which, according to the wise plan of … Continue reading

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