Daily Archives: 5 October 2006

A Different Sort of Saturn: What Geordi LaForge Would See

      The blue-green color (lower right) is sunlight scattered off clouds high in Saturn’s atmosphere and the red color (upper left) is the glow of thermal radiation from Saturn’s warm interior, easily seen on Saturn’s night side (top … Continue reading

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Lumen Gentium 56

Vatican II covers the witness of the early bishops and theologians of the Church on Mary, familiar ground for solid Catholics: The Father of mercies willed that the incarnation should be preceded by the acceptance of her who was predestined … Continue reading

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When Charity Becomes a Weapon

Last week, I commended “spiritual ecumenism“: “We become more receptive to the Gospel through the insights of other Christians, and, in gratitude, recognize that they are ‘part of me,’ and that we cannot possibly remain indifferent to their ‘joys and … Continue reading

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Lumen Gentium 55

Part two of Lumen Gentium‘s “epilogue” on the Blessed Mother continues with a section that examines “The Role of the Blessed Mother in the Economy of Salvation.” The Sacred Scriptures of both the Old and the New Testament, as well … Continue reading

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