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Daily Archives: 10 August 2006
… but here’s an interesting story from the realm of 64. Meet the main characters (left to right): the chess world’s number three player Levon Aronian, the number three Aussie woman Arianne Caoili, and the punchy Brit Grandmaster Danny Gormally: … Continue reading
CNS picks up a wee bit of David Haas’s keynote at NPM’s Sacramento regional convention. Anger. Massive gravitational anomalies. Don’t get sucked in. Okay, I see the link.
With Zenit on summer vacation, I have to rely solely on Rock for my Vatican news. (Not an altogether ignorant way to go, mind you.) Here’s his post from last week, Pope Benedict addressing a gathering of European altar servers. … Continue reading
What at least one Catholic in the Kansas City area needs. Our new pastor made his opinion on one facet of American Catholic parish life well known: It didn’t take long! Within three weeks of my arrival here, I received … Continue reading
Some recently posted color images from the Cassini web page. First, Rhea (about 950 miles across) behind the shadow side of Saturn’s rings: And we have the potato-shaped Hyperion, about the size and shape of West Virginia, tan instead of … Continue reading
This is the title of Fr John Garvey’s latest column in Commonweal. He wisely avoids trying “to make everything understandable or even all right.” Here are a few paragraphs: If you could be that science-fiction creature, the empath, someone who … Continue reading
I’d like to welcome Todd back. It’s a good thing that he came back before I reduced the site traffic to unrecoverable levels. The Jean Vanier essay from which I earlier posted was included in a festschrift for the patristics … Continue reading