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Daily Archives: 2 November 2006
I meant to write something for All Saints’ Day. Then, since time was short, I intended to post an excerpt (here, in any case, is an excerpt from a Theological Studies article on the saints and intercession that I put … Continue reading
Our bishop gets a prominent editorial in today’s Star. It’s an appeal to the thinking voter. After a rough campaign season, I don’t know how many citizens are thinking as opposed to reacting, but it’s a game try, nonetheless.